Sinha announces Rs.1350 Cr economic package for J&K

Jammu Tawi, Sept. 19 -- The Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday announced a relief package of Rs.1350 crore for Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to boost the business and the other... Read More

Army deploys additional brigade on LoC to plug infiltration from Pakistan

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- With Pakistan Army trying hard to push terrorists across the Line of Control (LoC), the Indian Army has deployed additional 3,000 troops in Jammu and Kashmir to plug any such infilt... Read More

Rajya Sabha passes Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Bill, 2020

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- Rajya Sabha today passed the Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Bill, 2020. The Bill amends the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 to include protections for healthcare service personnel combat... Read More

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code amended

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- The Rajya Sabha on Saturday passed the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill, 2020, whereby fresh insolvency proceedings will not be initiated for at least six mont... Read More

Pak uses drone to drop weapons in Rajouri; 3 LeT terrorists held

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- Pakistan dropped weapons and some cash in Indian currency using a drone in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, Director General of Police Dilbag Singh on Saturday said, announcing... Read More

PLA's 'Peace Disease'

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- None less than the Chinese leader Xi Jingping himself has conceded that the world's largest standing military, the People's Liberation Army (PLA), with more than 2.1 million active-... Read More

X, Y, Z of security or A, B, C of politics?

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- Kangana Ranaut strutting out of Mumbai airport surrounded by commandos last week stood in stark contrast with fellow Bollywood actor Rhea Chakraborty wading through a mob of photogr... Read More

Why you should support farm ordinances introduced by the Modi govt: The mother of all reforms

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- If you belong to my generation, you probably only have childhood memories of how hard it was to get a train reservation in India. If you are younger than that, ask your parents abou... Read More

Redefining HR & Policies to meet Changing Times

Jammu, Sept. 19 -- Normally any change comes with resistance naturally; but this time the abrupt change as Work from Home (WFH) was very well adapted by many of us with a smile. Organizations globally... Read More

Oldest human footprints found in dunes of northern Saudi Arabia

New Delhi, Sept. 19 -- In the dunes of northern Saudi Arabia, human footprints scattered across a patch of dry ground have been discovered. The discovery of human footprints, if confirmed, would mark ... Read More