Friday, May 31, 2024

Special Stories

A Tale of Unheard Listeners of Radio across Indo-Pak Border

CHANDIGARH: In India, the radio remains a cornerstone of communication, with a staggering 57.4 million individuals, equivalent to 4% of the population, regularly tuning in. Similarly, in Pakistan, approximately 5 million people, constituting around 2.35% of the population, engage with radio content on a daily basis. These statistics underscore the enduring popularity and influence of radio as a medium of connection and entertainment in both nations.

Man held for murder of wife, daughter in UP district

DEORIA: The Deoria Police have arrested a 35-year-old man, Raju Kumar, for the murder of his wife and infant daughter.

Unsustainable Habitat Raises Concerns Over Safety and Geologic Stability

PARWANOO(HP): On way to Shimla one can see number of such mind blowing scene on either side of the highway. Blaming nature for destruction is no solution. Man himself has to blame for all disasters because of his follies being played with the nature brings destruction. The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change reports that the Himalayas and coastal regions of India will be the hardest hit by climate change. Anthropogenic factors created by man have also significantly contributed to disaster.

The son donated his body along with his wife when he got inspired from mother

KAITHAL: Haryana State Rice Miller and Dealer Association President Amarjeet Chhabra along with his wife Ambika Chhabra have given the message to the society to donate their bodies by filling the body donation form here Today, on the occasion of Mahashivratri festival, International Women's Day and his own birthday, Chhabra filled the body donation forms.

Chasing auroras

NEW DELHI: As winter blankets the Northern Hemisphere, a celestial dance unfolds across the night sky – the enchanting display of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Under the Arctic night sky, witness the ethereal glow of the Aurora Borealis, creating memories that last a lifetime.

Reconciliation is what the Partition Museum hopes to achieve: Kishwar Desai

AMRITSAR: No matter how many times one visits the Partition Museum in Amritsar, the 'Gallery of Hope' always makes you stand still. Amid the horror of 1947, this life-affirming space asserts the painful yet important process of reconciliation, of certain acknowledgements and the will to move forward without trying to erase.

Reconciliation is what the Partition Museum hopes to achieve: Kishwar Desai

AMRITSAR: No matter how many times one visits the Partition Museum in Amritsar, the 'Gallery of Hope' always makes you stand still. Amid the horror of 1947, this life-affirming space asserts the painful yet important process of reconciliation, of certain acknowledgements and the will to move forward without trying to erase.

Punjab farmer Dilpreet Singh who turns exporter of ready-to-cook millets to Australia

CHANDIGARH: The Central government's Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) has facilitated around 500 startups in marketing and exporting millet based value added products.

Landmark UN report reveals shocking state of wildlife

SAMARKAND: The first-ever State of the World’s Migratory Species report was released on Monday by the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), a UN biodiversity treaty, at the opening of a major UN wildlife conservation conference (CMS COP14) and revealed some startling facts.

For the children, by the children

NEW DELHI: Entirely conceptualised with children from 10 government schools in Ambedkar Nagar, Tigri and Khanpur areas of New Delhi, the Kalakriti Arts Festival (KAF) to be held on February 12 and 13 is a two-day visual delight with art installations, artful corners, exhibitions, interactive spaces and performances by students.