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Posts for February, 2007
Master Samsar Chand Kaul (1883-1977) was a renowned educationist, ornithologist and environmentalist of his time, when subjects like bird watching and study at natural history was unknown in Kashmir. By profession, he was a teacher in the then C. M. S. S
Aditya Raj Kaul writes about his experiences and encounters with one of the best Crime Correspondents in India. I was just doing my job as a Journalist and an India it was people who made the difference not me. I just reported what people wanted to kno
Its about a common man. How serios he is towards issues which really do not require much attention. How emotions can command the acts of a normal Indian.
Pinstun | 28 Feb 2007
Indu Jalali | 28 Feb 2007
Gandhigiri may be the latest rage, but many will tell you that it sure gets the work done. Take the case of a few residents in Gurgaon who tried moving the sluggish authorities through Gandhigiri, and succeeded big time
Changing Trends in Indias Retail Sector Retail Sector in India is becoming one of the fastst growing sector in the economy, with an annual growth rate of 46 percent. Indias vast untapped retail industry has attracted a vast number of global retail
Vijit Mathur | 26 Feb 2007
Common Man is waiting for more than 7 years for his Posting of Amreli District Court Assistant ( Junior Clerk), who have been selected after the standard selection procedure against advertisement no : - B/1/1999 .
Common Man | 25 Feb 2007
We have heard about the end of history and the end of the state. Although this is not true, we are living in an age of great challenges. Globalization and information technology have made a great difference to our environment. New paradigms of gr
Dil Nawaz | 24 Feb 2007
It is in the interest of the two nations to ensure the smooth run of the Samjhauta Express and an iron fist approach on terrorism. The bottom-line should be No terror on Samjhauta and no Samjhauta on terror.
Jayajit Dash | 24 Feb 2007
When a relationship goes sour, one of the first things to suffer is communication. If you can't communicate with each other, then there is no possible way to salvage the relationship. The thing to do is to prevent communication from ever being a problem.
Shailesh | 23 Feb 2007
Roots in Kashmir, an initiative of Kashmiri Youth organized a protest rally to highlight gross human rights violations by the terrorists as well the successive governments at Centre as well as State. The very terrorists who were at the forefront of killin
Kashmiri Pandits protested against the fake campaign started by Yasin Malik and his gang of blind followers. Kashmiri Pandit Youth under the banner of "Roots In Kashmir" raised slogans against Yasin Malik and JKLF. Pandit Community has been living in exil
Aditya Raj Kaul | 23 Feb 2007
Little knowledge of everything is dangerous, but in a normal day today life, where struggle for food and shelter, earning money is a key factor, how a common man will know about all those things that you have described about? No one is born intelligent th
Rajesh | 22 Feb 2007
A summary of the tax saving schemes for individuals under Section 80C for the financial year 2006-07.
Musa | 20 Feb 2007
Kiran Pande | 20 Feb 2007
The Indian brigade for the World Cup to be played in the Caribbean next month, was announced on Feb 12. The Final 15 appears to be a good blend of fresh young guns and time-tested performers. But is this squad the best India could project for the Great
Reetesh | 19 Feb 2007
I could see what she was coming to. A quiet affair with a married man, whom you found quite handsome and charming, would not, of course, hurt anyone. As long as you are careful enough to avoid unwanted pregnancy and contracting sexually transmitted diseas
Venkatesan Iyengar | 18 Feb 2007
Vinit Garg | 17 Feb 2007
An interview with one of the most successful musicians from Denmark. Thomas Regin comments on a lot of Indian issues as well.
The vicious circle of misuse of IPC 498a and Domestic Violence Act is ruining thousands of young lives in the country. See the attached file to understand the manner in which these laws are used by unscrupulous women in conjunction with greedy lawyers and
P K | 14 Feb 2007
A lot of people in our group are suffering with the educational institutes. The complete story is in my last article on this site. We all want to approach media/press for this but don't know what to do. We approached a lot of people by mailing but have n
Rohit Jain | 14 Feb 2007
Indianwatchdogs.com | 14 Feb 2007
TEHRAN: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denied on Monday that Iran is supplying sophisticated weapons to Iraqi militants and said peace would return to Iraq only when U.S. and other foreign forces leave. "The U.S. administration and (U.S. Preside
NEW DELHI: India welcomed Monday the report on Baglihar saying the finding of neutral experts that New Delhi's designs were in conformity with the basic principles of the Indus-Water treaty. "We are very happy with the report (Baglihar)," Water Resourc
JERUSALEM: Israel successfully conducted its first nighttime test of the Arrow anti-missile system, the Defense Ministry said. The system is being developed jointly by Israel and the United States to intercept medium and long-range ballistic missiles.
OCCUPIED AL QUDS: Jerusalem mayor Uri Lupolianski announced late Sunday night that he has decided to postpone construction near Al Aqsa Mosque. Clashes were erupted between the Palestinians and Israel when Israel had started the construction work near
BAGHDAD: Taha Yassin Ramadan, Saddam Hussein's vice president, was sentenced to death Monday for crimes against humanity. "The condemned Taha Yassin Ramadan shall be sentenced to hanging until death for committing deliberate killing crimes," Judge Ali
BRUSSELS, Belgium: European Union foreign ministers approved plans Monday for implementing U.N. sanctions against Iran, a move that is meant to punish Tehran over its refusal to halt uranium enrichment. The United Nations Security Council agreed in Dec
Profiling Mr.Syed Saif Shah, ex-freestyle Heavyweight Champion of Pakistan and his encounters with Dara Singh.
I presume that it is a high time that the cause and cure of the Kashmir malaise is measured. Internal as well as external contentions should be kept to a minimum.
K.asif | 13 Feb 2007
JERUSALEM: The Israeli Cabinet on Sunday ordered construction work to proceed on a ramp leading to a disputed holy site in Jerusalem, despite objections from the Muslim world and two days of violent Palestinian protests. Ahead of the vote, workmen retu
JAKARTA: A 20-year-old woman in Indonesia who was declared earlier Sunday as having contracted the bird flu virus, died later in the day, becoming the country's 64th human casualty of the disease, a health official said. The woman was in hospital in G
TEHRAN: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Sunday pledged to maintain the country's nuclear programme but said he wanted to remain within international rules. "We are ready for talks but will not suspend our activities," he said in a speech broadca
Rohit Jain | 12 Feb 2007
Arindam Shahi | 11 Feb 2007
We have now the unique chance in India to provide the population of this country with a health solution that is absolutely impossible to provide in most countries, especially in the developed world. With the Hygeiacare Health Package we cover all essentia
Ajeet Singh | 10 Feb 2007
NDTV news channel is the most favourite to the television viewers of the Gulf based NRIs. This is reported in a recently concluded online survey by Dr. Prem Lal Joshi, Professor , and Bahrain and assisted by Sweta Joshi, Bahrain and J Hemlata
Dr. P L Joshi | 10 Feb 2007
The Assamese media is doing a rare job of fighting a war with ULFA and confronting their antinational propaganda.But its hardly talked about.
Anindya Banerjee | 10 Feb 2007
Global indians, Shilpa Gate in Uk and Gutam Prasad "Ghandhi" are two very Bad Examples of Indians at receiving end of Western cultural dominance and Racism, Will the Indian Civil Society Fight Back aganist Imperialist Foreign and Cultural Policies of USA
Dil Nawaz | 08 Feb 2007
Kishanpur WLS is a part of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. This reserve is situated in kheri district uttar pradesh and has more than 100 Tigers and other important endangered flora & fauna.
Krishna Kumar Mishra | 03 Feb 2007
As of now India never seems to accept Kashmir as a conflict. To remind India consistently, even after so much violence and disturbance, that Kashmir a conflict is itself a conflict. If one among the multi party in India accepts it the others censure the i
K.asif | 02 Feb 2007
With the successful recovery of SRE-1 India has joined the elite group of countries with such capability of bringing back a space capsule.
Mayank Gupta | 02 Feb 2007
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Sachin | 01 Feb 2007