With Rhyme and Reason!

Let us first accept the facts. Let us stop fooling ourselves into believing that the two can ever be friends- that the animosity between India and Pakistan, which both countries have so assiduously nurtured ever since 1947 can be easily demolished just by making cosmetic efforts like leaders shaking hands, talking peace, cultural exchanges and […]

Resilience Begins With The Heart

According to the Johns Hopkins Medicine website, “CHF [congestive heart failure] occurs most frequently in those over age 60 and is the leading cause of hospitalization and death in that age group. In over 50 percent of cases, sudden death occurs due to a cardiac arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat. Unfortunately, anti-arrhythmic medications may not be […]

Human Assault Pushes Ocean To Limit Unseen In 300 Million Years

THE news, the evidence that supports it, and the warning that accompanies it could hardly be more dire.The latest audit by an international team of marine scientists at the International Programme on the State of the Ocean (IPSO) found that the world’s oceans and marine life are facing an unprecedented threat by combination of industrial […]

F&S, SRTC Win Matches At Pologround

SINAGAR: Two matches were played in the ongoing football tournament at Polo Grounds on Friday. First match was played between Food & Supplies and Kahmir Mughals.The match was won by Food & Supplies by 4-1. The second match was played between SRTC and Iqbal Sports. the match was decided in tie breaker in which SRTC emerged […]

Rs.31.9 cr released for 2858 scholarships under SSS

NGOs have no role in implementation of Scheme: Lone SRINAGAR: Minister for Higher Education Mr. Mohammad Akbar Lone today said that Union Ministry of Human Resources has announced a Special Scholarship Scheme (SSS) for the 12th class or equivalent passing-out students belonging to J&K State. The information was given by the Minister during the question […]

City Transport To Ply Till 8 P.M

SRINAGAR: Minister for CA&PD and Transport, Ch. Mohammad Ramzan told the legislative council today that the transport system was operating in the Srinagar city and its peripheral routes till 8 pm and was also covering the routes from Lal Chowk to Harvan, Hazratbal, Ghulab Bagh, Budgam, Soura and Pampore. The Minister further said that the […]

Peerzada meets Iranian Ambassador in Saudia Arabia

SRINAGAR: Minister for Haj, Auqaf and Floriculture Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, who is in Saudi Arabia in connection with Haj-2013 as observer from J&K State met with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic Iran to Saudi Arabia and had a detailed discussion on various issues pertaining to Haj pilgrims. The Ambassador was kind enough to invite […]

6 injured as two cars collide at Nowgam

Srinagar: At least six persons, including two children, were injured in a car collision at Nowgam in he outskirts of Srinagar city on Friday. Reports said that a Maruti car bearing registration no. JK01T-1065 collided with another Maruti vehicle bearing registration no. JK01E-3637 at Nowgam Bypass at around 1 pm on Saturday resulting in injuries […]

Omar can not face Geelani: Hurriyat G

Srinagar: Hurriyat (G) today expressed serious concern over the continuous house arrest of its chairman Syed Ali Geelani, saying the chief minister Omar Abdullah cannot face the senior separatist leader politically. Terming Geelani’s confinement to his house as ‘oppressive’ Hurriyat (G) has said that such measures by the government would in no way deter Geelani […]

Indo-China face off reason for decline in Ladakh tourist trade

SRINAGAR:  Attributing “Indo-China face off” as a reason for the abrupt decline in tourist influx in Ladakh region, Government Friday said that only 1.20 lakh tourists visited Ladakh upto August end as against 1.25 lakh in 2012. In a written reply to a question by MLA Nobra valley, T Namgyal, in Legislative Assembly that the tourist […]

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