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The water and power generating dispute between J&K and Punjab states is thirty years old and has been hanging fire ever since. The Indus Award gave three rivers to India for utilization of its water for irrigation as well as … More

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Suhail Bhat Baramulla, Dec 7: At Khandniyar in North Kashmir’s Baramulla town, the Government dep More

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Suhail Bhat Baramulla, Dec 7: At Khandniyar in North Kashmir’s Baramulla town, the Government dep More

Op-Ed

Ashwani Mahajan Opposition parties are not able to digest the decision of the Modi government to demonetise rupees 500 and 1000 currency notes, which is being seen as offensive against black money, terror and naxalism. Though some opposition parties have … More
Dr Ganesh Malhotra India and China are two ancient giants inhabiting more than half of the world’s human resources. These two countries are widely known to have rich natural mineral and water resources also. Both of them have now become … More

COLUMNS

Harsha Kakar The writing was on the wall. Once the Valley started moving towards normal, Pak had to find alternate means of highlighting the Kashmir problem at the international level. The surgical strike, post Uri,put them on the defensive and … More
Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala People of the country are elated at the bold step of demonetization taken by the Government. However, there is a need to take a dispassionate look at the deeper impacts of this move. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley … More

LETTERS

Sir, The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is urged to convene a meeting of Chief Ministers of those states who are dependent on Central grants and  are not in a position to implement 7th Pay Commission for their employees and pensioners. … More
Sir, Traffic jams are a common occurence in Jammu city. Despite many rules in vogue, traffic situation worsens with every passing day. There are two set of rules for people here. One set pertains to VIP movement where traffic police … More
Sir, The sudden currency demonetisation has caused immense suffering to India’s majority poor, lower middle class and nearly illiterate rural populace to whom cash has been the king for centuries. Advising them on mobile and electronic banking could be waste … 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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