Sunday, 01 Feb 2015
Vohra discusses flood relief with Modi
Vohra discusses flood relief with Modi

New Delhi, Jan 31:  Governor N N Vohra today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and apprised him about the relief and rehabilitation progress going on in the state in the aftermath of last September’s massive floods.
BJP conveniently forgets border migrants' plight: Rana
BJP conveniently forgets border migrants' plight: Rana

NC anguished over neglect of border dwellers; seeks relief, rehabilitation on war-footing basis JAMMU JANUARY 31- National Conference on Saturday expressed grave concern and anguish over total neglect of border dwellers, rendered homeless due to intermittent ceasefire violations especially on the International Border, and sought their secured rehabilitation on war-footing basis.  “In run up to the recent assembly elections, the BJP leadership had evinced lot of interest towards the problem and made liberal promises to border residents but soon after the polls these turned out to be just hoax”,
Army flags off 'Sailab Se Salamati Tak'
Army flags off 'Sailab Se Salamati Tak'

Organises felicitation ceremony

Srinagar: A 19-member cycle expedition team 'Sailab Se Salamati Tak' (from floods to safety) was flagged off by the army today, commemorating the joint effort of civilians and soldiers during the Kashmir floods last year. "As the situation got better after the floods, we thought of sending a cycling expedition which would carry a message of safety to various parts of the country.
When will our ruling class wake up?
When will our ruling class wake up?

Alfred North Whitehead was an English mathematician who became a philosopher. Having written on algebra, logic, foundations of mathematics, philosophy of science, physics, metaphysics, and education, Whitehead also supervised the doctoral dissertations of Bertrand Russell and Willard Van Orman Quine, thus influencing logic and virtually all of analytic philosophy. In his ‘Adventures of Ideas’, Whitehead says “the enjoyment of power is fatal to the subtleties of life.
NZ beats Pakistan by 7 wickets
NZ beats Pakistan by 7 wickets

WELLINGTON: Grant Elliott scored 64 not out and took 3-26 in an all-round performance which led New Zealand to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan with ten overs to spare in Saturday’s first of two one-day games. Ross Taylor made 59 and Martin Guptill 39 as New Zealand reached 213-3 in the 40th over in reply to Pakistan’s 210, cruising to a victory which further heightens expectations of a strong showing by the co-hosts in the upcoming World Cup.
Entrepreneurship no longer just boys’ club, EDI shows the way
Entrepreneurship no longer just boys’ club, EDI shows the way

Pampore: More women, including housewives, are approaching Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) to take up enterprise creation as their career option thus narrowing down the gender gap in the business landscape of the state. Though the gap is too large to be filled so soon, but investing in business loving women has been a top priority for JKEDI and the numbers have been showing an encouraging trend especially in the last two years.
The Pomegranate Seeds
The Pomegranate Seeds

An exchange that put the ice on obsession YESTEREVE, a plate on my writing desk traumatized me for someone by chance had kept it there with eight gleaming seeds so luring to eyes and so appealing to taste buds but the scene on the plate was ruinous ,for eighth seed  was pushed to the brim
Heritage calendar
Heritage calendar

Few decades ago, the Banking sector began to publish Calendars with Jammu and Kashmir Bank taking a leading role in commissioning of the wonderful work with magnificent pictures and soothing compositions. The calendar of JK Bank with, interesting pictures and accuracy of events,
Home, sweet Home
Home, sweet Home

Majestic mountains, deep valleys, perfect imperfections and a bright sunshine. Indeed, my beloved had adorned herself to welcome me. It is difficult to say whethermy Kashmir was looking like an angel from heaven or if she was the manifestation of heaven itself.As soon as my flight touched the tarmac of Srinagar International Airport
Street power perils
Street power perils

There is no reasoned debate in developing nations. “IT is quite possible for this newborn democracy to retain its form but give place to dictatorship in fact. If we wish to maintain democracy not merely in form, but also in fact, what must we do? The first thing in my judgment … is to hold fast to constitutional methods of achieving our social and economic objectives.
Legacy of a Legend

Remembering Quinn Kathy Quinn, widow of acclaimed actor Anthony Quinn, on her husband’s lust for life and why encouraging creativity in youngsters is the answer to the questions of the 21st century
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