Home » News

News

Armed forces charged Rs 500 crore for rescue operations in Kashmir

[ad_1] The armed forces have charged the state of Jammu and Kashmir Rs 500 crore for their relief and rescue operations during the devastating deluge of September last year, a media report said Monday. To pay the Defence Ministry, NDTV said, the Centre diverted money from Rs. 1,602 crore given to Jammu and Kashmir as part of the State Disaster …

Read More »

Five ingenious ways Indians cheat

[ad_1] A massive medical school admissions examination scandal in Madhya Pradesh and a Supreme Court ruling that ordered 600,000 students to re-appear for a pre-medical exam have brought large-scale cheating into the public spotlight. Cheating during exams is not new in India and despite being illegal has flourished in most parts of the country for so long that it has …

Read More »

India exam topper Ira Singhal: When disability doesn't matter

[ad_1] Ira Singhal is no ordinary woman. The 31-year-old recently topped India’s prestigious and tough civil services examination – one that many fail to pass even after many attempts. Although that would be enough to make headlines in India, that is not the only reason Ms Singhal is being hailed as an inspiration in local media. She is also disabled …

Read More »

IPL scandal: Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals suspended

[ad_1] A panel appointed by India’s Supreme Court has suspended two top Indian Premier League teams for two years over a corruption scandal. Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals have been found guilty in an illegal betting and match-fixing probe. The panel also suspended Royals co-owner Raj Kundra and Gurunath Meiyappan of Super Kings from all cricket-related activities for life. …

Read More »

Salman Khan feels eternal love for Kashmir

[ad_1] Superstar Salman Khan says shooting in Kashmir for his forthcoming film “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” was an “incredible” experience, adding that the place offers a whiff of freshness on each visit. “The experience of shooting in Kashmir was incredible. It is a beautiful place with beautiful people. We have such amazing places in our country and we don’t want to shoot …

Read More »

US travel advisory on Kashmir to continue for further 1 year

Srinagar, May 19: The US Department of State has extended by one year the adverse travel advisory on Kashmir citing “militant incidents” and “violent public unrest” in the disputed Himalayan region. As per its official website, the Department of State has strongly recommended the US citizens not to visit state of Jammu & Kashmir “because of the potential for terrorist …

Read More »

Kashmir shivers in spring chill

Srinagar, May 18: With most parts of India witnessing scorching heat, people in Kashmir shiver in unusual cold and continue to use woollens to keep themselves warm. The Meteorological Department here said that cold wave conditions started in Kashmir after Western Disturbances hit the region on Sunday. “Both maximum and minimum temperature remained below normal as intermittent rain was recorded …

Read More »

Kashmir getting back on tourists’ radars

The signs that greet you as you emerge from the little airport in Srinagar, Kashmir’s main city, give you a sense of how unexpected the place is going to be. The first one I saw advised, “Do not get your daughter married before the age of 18. (It is a criminal offence.) Education first. Marriage afterwards.” I began bumping into …

Read More »

First in JK: Srinagar man to donate all his organs after death

Srinagar, May 9: A 56-year-old man from Srinagar has become the first person in Jammu and Kashmir to announce that all his organs be donated to needy patients after his death. A goldsmith, Showkat Ahmad Zarabi of Botshah Mohalla Lalbazar has registered for organ donation at Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences here, an official spokesperson said on Friday. Talking to …

Read More »

Kashmir fears sharp decline in almond production

Srinagar, May 7: Inclement weather and intermittent rains Kashmir Valley received last month have badly affected the almond crop in Kashmir raising concerns about reduction in its production. Farmers from various areas of the Kashmir Valley complained that they feared sharp decline in the almond production given the massive scale of loss the almond crop had suffered due to intermittent …

Read More »

Powered by themekiller.com anime4online.com animextoon.com apk4phone.com tengag.com moviekillers.com