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NGO seeks uniform rates for medicines

Ravinder Sood Palampur, August 1 People's Voice, a social organisation of the town, today demanded uniform rate of all medicines including life saving drugs. In its general house meeting held here yesterday, the NGO expressed concern over the ... Chandigarh Tribune, 4 weeks ago
MSN News US

22 train journeys in India that are an experience in themselves

Joining the length and breadth of India and touching her heart like no one else does, the Indian Railways has entranced dreamers, intrigued authors and inspired filmmakers from Danny Boyle to Paul Theroux for a very long time. Sneak into the ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago

'Life is not only about filmmaking'

Gurvinder Singh shot into prominence with the National Award-winning debut film Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan (Alms for a Blind Horse, 2011) about the subordination of Dalits in Punjab. The first Punjabi-language film to have travelled to numerous ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Water channel now a garbage dump

Kirpal Chand Kuhal, one of the oldest water channels of the region that provides drinking water to hundreds of villages in the district, is crying for attention. The 300-year-old water channel, which is considered as the lifeline of over one lakh ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

Bank director breaks fast

Also in this section Kangra Central Cooperative director Keshav Korla has ended his fast. Korla said the MD had assured him of meeting his demands. Yesterday, Korla went on fast alleging corruption in the disbursement of loans by the bank. He had ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
Sify

Never forget Lt. Saurabh Kalia & his brave men

This is the story of a young officer, all of 23 years and his five brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for us. They did not get martyrdom by being slain while fighting the enemy. Instead, they were tortured slowly for 22-23 days and were ...
 Sify1 month ago
Rediff.com

The soldier who became a legend

A fortnight after he became the face of the Indian soldier in the Kargil war, on July 8, 1999, Vikram Batra died. He was mortally wounded after fighting through the night while recapturing Peak 4875. He was ill, but had insisted that he was fit for the mission and completed it in a manner that put him alongside some of India's greatest military heroes. Twelve years ago, to mark the fifth anniversary of the Kargil war, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Seema Pant traveled to Palampur ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Counter Currents

Cogs in the machine: Economic development and modernity have transformed livelihoods into deadlihoods

Puneet Paranjpe/Reuters In India, economic development and modernity have transformed livelihoods into deadlihoods. They are wiping out millennia-old livelihoods that were ways of life with no sharp division between work and leisure, and ...
 Sott.net1 month ago From Livelihoods to Deadlihoods  CounterPunch1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Really? VHP says Hindu exodus takes place in Kerala too

Patna: Amid reports of alleged exodus of Hindus from a western Uttar Pradesh town, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) working president Praveen Togadia on Saturday said the organisation will soon launch a nationwide awareness campaign on the migration of ...
 Manorama Online2 months ago VHP to launch awareness campaign on exodus of Hindus  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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