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Darbar Move- Legacy or Liability

Sunil Seth The 'DARBAR MOVE' was started by the then Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1872 to escape the extreme heat during summers in Jammu and biting cold of winters in Srinagar. Probably, it was also to facilitate the common man from feeling the brunt of travelling from one place to...

Bollywood Buzz

“Complexity in Kalank grabbed my attention immediately”

After mesmersing audience with Gully Boy, actress Alia Bhatt returned to big screens with Kalank, which was released on Apr 17. Being one in an ensemble cast, Bhatt shared in her recent interactions how she was interested in the film right from day one. Some brings excerpts How was your experience...


Sculpting his way to success

Rajeshwar Singh 'Raju' If we talk of inclination of artists towards sculpture in our state, then it's a fact that there are so many enthusiasts who wish to become sculptors one day. But lack of support from cultural organizations and art promoters dent their morale and ultimately they realize that...


Diabetes and motherhood

Dr. Kanchi Khurana Even in the emerging scenario of making a choice of no kids, a term popularly coined as DINKS (Double Income No Kids)...

Career & Education

Futuristic STEM

Gauri Chhabra Today, Education hinges very heavily on courses in STEM, an acronym that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This is due to the fact that it churns out critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and next-generation innovators. Taking into consideration that India is one of the countries that produces the...

Scholarship Alert

Futuristic STEM

Scholarship Alert

Scholarship Alert


Project Angan An initiative for children

Arushi Bahl “Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom” We live in a nation where more than 287 million people are illiterate. They do not have the privilege of becoming educated and becoming a part of the growing knowledge economy which is likely to grow further in...

Book Review

Nationalism, Perceptive Journalism and Indefatigable Social Work

Adarsh Ajit The Truth Foretold is a collection of Prem Nath Bhat's articles displaying his journalistic acumen. It unfurls the glimpses of Kashmir history, south Asian politics, and its impact on India and Kashmir, agencies working against Indian interests, atrocities committed on Kashmiri Pandit community, communalism, treachery and hypocrisy of...


Natural Ingredients for Summer Beauty Care

Shahnaz Husain Coconut water Coconut water inside a tender green coconut can be used for cleansing the face. The water is clear and sterile and also contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes. As such, it is highly nourishing. The face can be washed daily with coconut water to refresh and cleanse....


The King of wools

Padma Dolker Pashmina is a soft, fine and warm fibre and comes from an extremely high altitude region called Changthang in Ladakh. The place has a harsh climate. The people have adapted themselves to this place. Changthang has a beautiful landscape and natural beauty. The local people in Changthang have...

Science & Technology

A Revolution in Digital World

Neeraj Dubey Digital Transformation (DX) is one of the most crucial initiatives that many organizations have undertaken or are taking up. The perfect storm of a wide range of technologies such as SaaS, Mobile, Robotics, IoT (Internet of things), Virtual Reality (VR), etc. is playing a crucial role in the...

Art and Culture

Theatre in Dogri: Challenges and Possibilities

Lalit Gupta The recently concluded Dogri Theatre festival—first of its kind to be organized by J&K Academy of Art, Culture and languages (JKAACL) in association with North Zone Cultural Center, Patiala—despite being hailed as a welcome focus on ‘Theatre in Dogri’, has also raised many questions. These include a re look...

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