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Yoga reflects a reality of globalization — the exchange of ideas that shapes cultures across our connected world, now more than ever. Jaime Dunaway and Emma Beyer from USA and Liza Gomes from India report ahead of World Yoga Day … More
O P Sharma International Yoga Day is being observed on June 21, with great enthusiasm and fervor all More
K D Mani Uri, a beautiful town situated on the left bank of Jehlum river is about 23 miles from Bara More
Ayodhya Nath Kerni Sudhmahadev has remained a famous Shiva Shrine through the ages. A mela commences More
Rajinder Singh Rana The tradition of celebrating        festivals or melas at revered shrines More
O P Sharma The Ramakrishna Mission, located at Ramakrishna Vihar, Udheywala, Jammu, is emerging fast as a bright  spiritual Centre and also as a centre of social service. A new dimension has been added to it with the starting of … More
Dr Kapil K Sharma Jammu  is one of the oldest cities of Northern India.      A city which has preserved its ancient values and  culture even today.  It is  really sad to mention that Jammu – the City of Temples is … More
Amit Katoch Avenues in Fashion Industry are unlimited, and the arts and skills to be learned and explore are many but the time we have is short, and our opportunities to learn and grow are beset with obstacles. Therefore choose … More
Rajan Gandhi Institute of Integrative Medicine(IIIM), Jammu  is a premier institute of India renowned worldwide for its research work and products .Started in 1957 as a small Regional Drug laboratory which was subsequently taken over by CSIR in 1957 as … More
Ashok Sharma Devika,a small holy rivulet flowing through Udhampur, has got such a religious and cultural importance for the people of Udhampur that the land of Udhampur is known as Devaknagri.This sacred river has its origin at near Sudhmahadev and … More
Dr Richa Sharma and Dr Amit Basnotra We often come across in our life episodes of missing periods and that creates panic in mind of the patient especially when they are not expecting pregnancy and have a regular course of … More
Dr Kapil Sharma Last evening I took my six years daughter      to Mubarak Mandi. She was very excited. Mind of a kid of this age is always full of curiosities. Looking around she asked me papa “what place is this?”. … More
Rajan Gandhi What is undoubtedly right of every citizen of India- electricity, hospital and roads , but NH 1B has turned out to be nemesis for agencies maintaining it and nightmare for people of Chenab Valley namely Doda , Kishtwar … More
Sunny Dua Come summers and tourists from around the globe, despite negative advisory by a couple of countries, are sure to flood Kashmir – ‘Paradise on Earth’. Both domestic as well as foreign tourists find solace in Kashmir and dream … More
Dr R D Gupta The Girgan valley, falls in Poonch district and is situated about 60 km from Poonch town. This valley starts from the top of Bharamgala (Chai) mountain and goes upto Raviwali Dhok (a kind of grassland) which … More
Gopal Sharma The much publicized Tawi Artificial Lake project worth Rs 70 crore in Jammu city is unlikely to be completed next year as the company engaged in the work has abandoned the work and not reported back despite several … More
Suman K Sharma The high-street of Dogri literature is  abuzz these days with poets, novelists, short story authors and essayists – writers of all sorts.  One would not be surprised  if the count of Dogri publications touches hundreds a year. … More
Shiv Kumar Padha Water tourism, in short, is travelling by boat while with express purpose of seeing things meant for water tourists. This sort of tourism is generally popular in summer time only. Water tourism involves inland destinations such as … More
Dr. Kavita Suri Growing up in a city which is dotted with hundreds of          temples, all of us listened to the stories about our Jammu coming under the air attack by Pakistan Air Force during 1965 and 1971 wars but … More
Nishikant Khajuria With its  formal inauguration  by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 2, the  Chenani-Nashri tunnel     is being  thrown  open ( from       April 3 morning)  for the commuters,     who are eagerly waiting for a       rendezvous with this world class … More
K D Maini It is said that Samba town drived its name from Samyial Rajput Clan who were the original habitants of this area. Nursing Das Nargas writes in Tehik-e-Dogra Desh that around 1400 AD Sangram Dev of Lakhanpuria family … More
Sunny Dua Srinagar and Jammu – two capital cities of this             strategically located J&K State are in race to be included in Smart City Project initiated by Union Government to  give people a quality life. Which stage of this race … More
Ranjeet Singh Sambyal Rajouri or ‘Rajapuri’, ‘the land of Kings’ as previously named, was a part of Panchal kingdom mentioned in the great epic Mahabharata. It has reference of Panchal kingdom, which is believed to be of the regions in … More
Tsewang Dolma Ladakh, a pristine, serene land nestling in the Himalayas; a zero- waste region, is witnessing its most famous town, Leh groaning under garbage. Tourists drawn to its windswept breathtaking landscape, do not just stop at that. They also … More
C P Gupta What a terrible and heart rending scene it was! which the author witnessed at the age of sixteen,  when Pakistan with its fully armed Battalion, like a  hungry wolf, pounced upon the innocent and unarmed population of … More
Prof (Dr) P K Koul Human feet are the symbols of human movement, of  life, advancement from the hoary past to        the wonderful present, achievements, progress  and learning. We try to follow the lifestyle and achievements of those greatmen who … More
Col Dr Virendra K Sahi Stray dogs are a growing menace in the State. While mass culling are resented on sentiments; there is a need to understand the issue professionally from a veterinary public health perspective as it is more … More
Mahan Gurmat Samagam is being organized by Sant Pura Danna Charitable Trust on the occasion of 350th Parkash Ustav of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib. Dr Jasbir Singh Rana gives a historical background of Dera Sant Pura Dana. Guru Nanak … More
Gauri Chhabra Exams. We all have to take them at some point     in our lives. Working towards exams can make      us feel a lot of pressure, especially in Grade XII when we are at the threshold of choosing a            career, … More
Ashok Sharma Culture is the way of life of a group of people of a particular region. It includes  the collective  knowledge, beliefs, ideas, customs, etc. of the people of that region. Dogras, who inhabit the Duggar region in our … More
Dr Satinder Kaur The State of Jammu and Kashmir, endowed with natural scenic splendour is dotted with different shrines which are held in high esteem by local people belonging to all faiths and communities. The sacred places are infact the … More
Nazir Ahmed The much awaited commencement of work  on zojila tunnel has once again hit a road block, as latest tenders invited by National highways and Infrastructure Dev. Corp.(NHIDCL), on design, built, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT)  Annuity model of … More
Dr. Kavita Suri With the onset of summers each year, the Gujjars       and Bakkarwals – the twin nomadic communities          of Jammu and Kashmir – migrate along with               their livestock to upper reaches of Himalayas           through traditional migration routes. They move … More
Ayodhya Nath Kerni Confluence of holy rivers is treated sacred according to Puranic literature. It is believed that  a holy dip at sangams eradicates the sins committed during life time. Allahabad (Prayag) is not only confluence of Ganga and Yamuna … More
K D Maini Baldev Mehal was the first memorable      building constructed in 1905 by the local Dogra ruler Raja Baldev Singh of Poonch            Principality on the initiative of Captain        R.E.A Hamelton, the then settlement officer   of Poonch. Exactly after one … More
Today moms-to-be do not hesitate to flaunt this beautiful phase in their life. They are confident, aware and fashionably attired too, finds Pramita Bose Motherhood brings along its own share of varied experiences. From bouts of nervousness to excitement, pregnancy … More
Aries ( 21st March to 20th April ) You begin the year on an average note. There may be mixed feelings all around. Prevailing uncertainty may leave you somewhat unsettled. This may largely be related to your work sphere. You … More
From Mercury, the planet closest to the Sun, to the      icy dwarf Pluto, scientists    this year explored far reaches of our solar system, travelling unprecedented distances        to make new discoveries          and solve many mysteries       of the vast space surrounding the … More
2016 saw a growing number of people going solo, travel getting cheaper and an increase in the number of online bookings, particularly on mobile phones, revealed studies conducted by different travel portals. Backpackers across the country decided to take to … More
Excelsior Correspondent Jammu and Kashmir continues to remain in spotlight for one reason or the other. The year that passed by too hogged national, and international limelight for some incidents that happened in all the three regions of the state, … More
Wilson Mattoo Christmas is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for coming together with family and friends,       for tinsel and brightly decorated packages… But mostly, Christmas        is for love. It was this love for                which Jesus came to … More
K D Maini Before 1947 Uri – Muzaffarabad road was known as Jhelum valley  road which linked Rawalpindi to Srinagar. This road remained cutoff due to establishment of LOC between Chakothi and Uri and was closed for about 57 years. … More
Ashok Sharma Dogras are famous for their rich cultural history. They have their own beliefs, dances, folklores, customs, ceremonies etc. and they celebrate their lives in their own way.One of the integral part of the Duggar Culture is the rich, … More
Javed Ahmad Tak As per census 2011 our state has around 361000 population of persons with disabilities but various researches depict that our state has around 6 lakhs population of persons with disabilities with 120000 orthopaedic disabled persons and around … More
Sat Parkash Suri, Dr Gurdev Singh Destiny had made General Zorawar Singh for the role of a soldier to extend India’s boundaries up to Karakoram in Central Asia. The breath taking adventurous expeditions added to his personality the varied experiences … More
Ashok Sharma The land of Dogras called Duggar is famous for its rich culture and heritage bequeathed to us by our forefathers.We have a variety of folklores, folksongs and folkdances which bear testimony to our rich culture since the days … More
Dr. Banarsi Lal Jammu and Kashmir is a mountainous state         in  which Jammu region is predominantly         sub-tropical while Kashmir and Ladakh regions are temperate. The total geographical area of Jammu & Kashmir state is 2, 22, 236 sq. km  and … More
From depicting romance to anger and then to the raging revenge of the don, the Bollywood hero has changed over time. This is also because of changing values and circumstances, analyses                 Shoma A. Chatterji. Time was when women would swoon … More
R C Kotwal Swami Vivekananda visited Kashmir Valley twice. The first time he reached Srinagar was on 10th September 1897. At Srinagar he was the guest of Justice Rishibar Mukhopadhyaya. On the third day after his arrival he paid an … More
Sunny Dua Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, founder of Sikhism and the first of the ten Sikh Gurus says that *everything happens by God’s Grace, so Rest assured that God knows better what is right or wrong for us.  We … More
Dr.Banarsi Lal and Dr.Shahid Ahamad Reasi district is famous for various renowned places and Chenab Rail Bridge is another feather that Reasi district is going to add in near future.In Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir Chenab Rail Bridge is … More
KD Maini Bhimber is located in the southern part of J&K state on the route that was followed by the Mughals. Before partition Bhimber was known as the Gateway of Kashmir. Up to 1925 Bhimber area was a part of … More
  The festival symbolizes the victory of light over darkness or good over evil and its celebration traditionally includes lighting lamps, candles and lanterns on doorsteps, housetops, temples and buildings. Bursting of firecrackers is also an inherent part of the … More
Maharaj Kaul There have been many       excellent Kashmiri singers before Raj Begum and there will come many excellent singers after her, but her unique singing style will       remain legendary and              continue to warm our               hearts forever. The following songs of … More
Prof Dr. R.D Gupta All the Hindus celebrate Diwali with great joy by way of small gathering of family members. To honour this, they adorn their house worshipping places (Home temples) with beautifully decorated diyas, lights and rangoli. Illumination is … More
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