Excelsior Correspondent Jammu, Apr 18: Governor Satya Pal Malik was presented a book “Jammu & Kashmir-Essays in Society, Culture and Politics”, a compilation of Articles, by Prof.Abha Chauhan of the Department of Sociology, University of Jammu, at
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Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 18: The special meeting of the Syndicate of University of Jammu was held here this afternoon under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Prof Manoj Dhar.In the meeting, threadbare discussions were held on the items
PATNA, Apr 18: Rahul Gandhi was Thursday dragged to court over his “why all thieves have Modi in their name” remark, with Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi filing a defamation suit against the Congress president.
Excelsior Sports Correspondent KATRA, Apr 18: Wrestler Kirti of Ropar (Punjab) lifted 35th Salora Kesari 2019 title by defeating Goldy of Garh Shanker (Punjab) in first malli bout that lasted for 21 minutes at Salora in Jammu.
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 18: Advisor to the Governor, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai, today emphasized upon the need to preserve the treasure-trove of rare manuscripts and valuable artefacts as well raise public awareness about the rich cultural
Excelsior Correspondent Jammu, Apr 18: Governor Satya Pal Malik has expressed grief over the sad demise of DGP Dilbag Singh’s father-in-law.He spoke to DGP on telephone and conveyed his condolences.Governor has also expressed grief over the sad
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 18: In separate cases, five drug peddlers were arrested with heroin and charas in city and its outskirts.According to a police official, a police party from police post Sidhra laid a naka at Tawi bridge and during
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 18: State BJP lodged dozens of complaints with the Election Commission through Chief Electoral Officer, J&K, concerned Returning and Assistant Returning Officers of Udhampur-Doda-Kathua Parliamentary Constituency,
Excelsior Correspondent SRINAGAR/ JAMMU, Apr 18: Cross LoC trade bodies in Slamabad (Uri) and Poonch have reacted strongly to the order of Union Ministry of Home Affairs with regard to the suspension of trade between J&K and POJK from Friday.
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 18: A deputation of Sangram Sena, here today, met Swaran Singh, Assistant Transport Commissioner and apprised him about transportation related problems being faced by the locals of Nagrota, especially students.
Voters show their cards while queuing up for their turn outside a polling booth in Budgam. — Excelsior/Shakeel
MUMBAI: Even as companies are becoming progressive by encouraging diversity in workplace, a recent survey has found that gender-based pay disparity has increased over the years. “The much talked about pay disparity still exists.In fact, the gap has