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The hilly State of Jammu and Kashmir often witnesses the fury of nature in more than one way. We have storms, avalanches, landslides, floods or draughts. These take a huge and unwanted toll of precious human and animal lives besides … More

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Excelsior Correspondent SRINAGAR, Sept 24: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today received the first b More

Editorial

Excelsior Correspondent SRINAGAR, Sept 24: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today received the first b More

Op-Ed

Dr. Pabitra Kumar Jena and Sehin Gupta Now-a-days inclusive growth is a buzz word which has been used widely in a large number of emerging and developing countries in the context of the neo-liberal policy framework, which is expected to … More
Dr. Kavita Suri With the changing world and globalization, the learning needs of the society around us are also changing. The society is no longer the traditional learning society but has emerged as a “lifelong learning society”. The world today … More

COLUMNS

Dr P N Kotru The article of Mr. Amit Kushari published in Excelsior dated Nov. 27, 2015 is quite interesting and thought provoking. In fact, the award wapsi stir is causing more scare. Just before general elections there was an … More
M.J. Akbar The relationship between Government and media is surely the most tempestuous fact of any democracy. The two represent parallel poles of power, but they are never really poles apart. Their moods vary, depending on circumstance, stretching from mutual … More

LETTERS

Sir, This has reference to the birth anniversary of Last Ruler of J&K “Maharaja Hari Singh” which falls on 23 of September every year. There is a very old demand of people of Jammu Province to declare atleast a restricted … More
Sir, This has reference to the news item ’27 more Smart Cities : Jammu, Srinagar nowhere near mission’ DE Sept 21. It is quite disappointing to note that Jammu  and Srinagar cities have found no place in the list of … More
Sir, This is in reference to the news item ‘Bill in US for Pak a terror State’ DE Sept 22. The introduction of a bill to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism by two Americn lawmakers in US House … More

INTERVIEW

Dr. Jitendra Singh Of all the complications of Diabetes, peripheral neuropathy involving nerves causes greatest morbidity and compromises the quality of life. Muscle pains, muscle spasms, night cramps, numbness, dull aches, shooting or lightening pains, pins and needles sensation etc. … More
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Shiban  Khaibri The hysteria currently let loose by the Pakistani establishment against India across that country, taking overt support from and involvement of known terrorists over their “jugular vein” could be possible only in a stone age mediaeval country where … More
Bhumesh Sharma Traffic congestion happens when the volume of traffic on a road is so heavy that it forces drivers to slow down or stop completely. The average driver wastes 74 extra hours per year sitting in traffic. Traffic jams … More

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