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Incredible India: 10 photos you must see

Incredible India: 10 photos you must see

From Kerala to Kashmir, readers share their most memorable travel photographs. We'd asked you, dear readers to share your best #India-Photos.  Presenting the latest responses we received from you. Venu Gopal Mane clicked this winged beauty at Thekkady, Kerala. Rahul Baldawa shared this image of Kutchi Bhunga at Shaam-e-Sarhad Resort in Hodka, Kutch. That's the Betab Valley in Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir, says Raktim Mitra. Dipen Sagar sent us this photograph of an ancient ..., 2 months ago
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J&K scribes asked to leave army event on not standing for national anthem

The journalists working with daily newspapers Kashmir Reader and Rising Kashmir were asked to leave the event after they did not stand up for the national anthem
 DNA1 month ago Srinagar: Scribes asked to leave army event on not standing for national anthem  Rediff.com1 month ago Two journalists asked to leave army event for sitting through national anthem  Rediff.com1 month ago Scribes asked to leave army event on not standing for national anthem  Business Standard1 month ago

Summer pics: It's grazing time

We invited you, dear readers, to share your summer pictures with us. These are some of the responses that we received, you can share yours too! Take a look! IMAGE: Rajneesh Anand shared this picture of sheep grazing on the green grass, which was taken at Sanasar Hill Station in Jammu and Kashmir. IMAGE: Arup Datta shared this picture of the setting sun. "The sun is about to set after a long and humid day in the Sundarbans. This place is called Panchmukhi, which ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Mom and me: 'You are my best friend'  Rediff.com1 month ago

The thoughtful gift my mother gave me

We asked you, dear readers, to tell us about the most thoughtful gift you ever received. Raj Kumar Nahata writes about the special gift his mother gave him soon after his marriage. You can share yours too! IMAGE: Raj Kumar Nahata with his wife and children.  It was the evening of June 30, 1982 when I got married. My father had retired long ago. We were, at that time, from a low income group, and my brothers were the bread earners of the family. My mother came to me on July 1, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Pick your favourites

Cyrus Sahukar We get celebrities to recommend their favourite films, TV shows, live performances and food for you, our readers. So start reading and plan your weekly picks! Cyrus Sahukar Favourite performing artist: Louis C.K I like Louis C.K’s work because ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

One more dies as Kashmir simmers against civilian killings

New Delhi/Srinagar: A young man was killed on Wednesday in a clash between police and a group of protestors, who were agitated over three civilian deaths in an alleged firing by security forces the day before in north Kashmir, officials said. As the Kashmir ...
 Sify2 months ago

How about coffee on Dal lake with some reads

This summer, tourist visiting Jammu and Kashmir are flocking to an unlikely destination. A boat ride away from Srinagars Boulevard Road is the states latest attraction: a coffee shop cum reading room in the middle of Dal Lake. Read- Not just a bookseller: in ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Engineer, Bollywood buff, UPSC rank 2. Meet Kashmirs Athar Aamir

Meet 23-year-old Athar Aamir-ul-Shafi Khan. Hailing from Devipora, Mattan, around 65 kilometres south of Srinagar, the youngster stood second in the UPSC examination, for which the results were declared on Tuesday, 10 May. People who have known Aamir werent ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

How Indian diplomacy has changed!

'Young IFS officers today would take it for granted that they represent a major country with strengths and capabilities.''They will be aware that India is seen as one of the 10 significant countries in the world and therefore their voice will be heard whether on climate change or regime change,' says Ambassador B S Prakash. IMAGE: Foreign Secretary Dr S Jaishankar, then India's ambassador to the United States, near the stairs of the aircraft with his wife Kyoko Jaishankar and India's then ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago

Noonday’s Children

MUCH WRITING on India is akin to the five blind men feeling up an elephant. Most writers, with notable exceptions, are unable to grapple with the Indian kaleidoscope and its million ever-changing mutinies; so they write rah-rah-rah about India’s economic ...
 Open Magazine6 days ago
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