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Can Interlocutor Help Solve Kashmir?

Kuldeep Nayar (The writer is a veteran Indian journalist, author and noted columnist.) Government of India has appointed Dineshwar Sharma, former Intelligence Bureau Chief as interlocutor to find a solution of the Kashmir’s problems. This…

From the Editor’s Desk

Cine Tourism Film festival at Dharamshala is opening possibilities amidst ongoing electoral process for upcoming Himachal assembly elections. Possibilities in this hilly state regarding film industry should be viewed as the sixth film…

Facilitate Farmers To Enhance Their Income

Kulbhushan Upmanyu (The writer is an environmentalist heading Himalaya Niti Abhiyan) There was a time when a saying was very popular – Uttam kheti, madhyam vyapar, chakri kare ganwar'. But now the situation is just the opposite. The…

Supreme Court Should Ban False Electoral Promises

Vijay Sharma (The writer is based at Himmar in Hamirpur) Elections are five years affair game that provides voters an opportunity to elect the government of their choice. People elect government on the basis of their performance, policies…

Readers’ Response

Can Virbhadra Deliver For Congress? This is regarding Himachal This Week's cover story of October 14, 2017, “Can Virbhadra Deliver For Congress?”. As both the main political parties have been ruling the state turn by turn during past two…

Critical Issues Take Backstage In Electioneering Din

Himachal This Week Both the main parties are trying to strengthen their base among masses as hectic electioneering can change their political thinking. Even as Congress and BJP face intra-party bickering but primarily the election campaign…

IPSC Girls Cricket Tournament

Himachal This Week, Solan During the 17th IPSC All India Girls Cricket Tournament being organised at Pinegrove School, Dharampur, four league matches were played recently. The first match was played between the host Pinegrove and Punjab…

Chhath Pooja Celebrated In Himachal

Himachal This Week Chhath Pooja, also known by the names Chhathi and Chhath Parv is a famous festival of Madhesh and Mithila regions of Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal. But now, as migrant labourers have been living in Himachal…

Hydropower Yields Himachal Rs. 900 Crore

Himachal This Week, Shimla The state government has earned more than Rs. 900 crore from sale of electricity this year. These are only initial figures as per information gathered by the energy department. Some more money is expected to come…

Tata Steel Starts ‘Doors of India’ Campaign

Chandigarh: Tata Steel’s ‘Doors of India’ Campaign’, launched under the aegis of the ‘Pravesh’ brand, has reached Chandigarh. The campaign was launched with an objective of finding and collecting beautiful doors. The four-and-a-half-month…

Business Brief

Airtel Offers iPhone 7 At Rs 7777 Chandigarh:  Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom services provider, has announced the launch of its latest digital innovation – the Online Store (www.airtel.in/onlinestore) that will offer a range of…

Abundant Opportunities In Jewellery Designing

Jewellery, something which always charms us, has a great economic significance in the Indian Industry and is regarded as a major source of investment. Women has always had an affinity towards jewellery and Indian women has adorned herself…

Decline Of World’s Salt Lakes

Saline lakes are critically important for wildlife, industry, and human health. They provide habitat for migrating birds, minerals for extractive industries, and recreational opportunities, all of which are economically important. When…

Gizmo Buzz

If you are a photography lover and looking for a smartphone to fulfill your hobby and that too under Rs. 15, 000. Here is a list of five smartphones that you consider to buy in this price range Coolpad Cool Play 6 Cool Play 6 is priced at…

Himachal An Angler’s Paradise

Magnificent valleys of Himachal are dotted with snow-fed streams, fast flowing rivers with beautiful gorges and canyons that make it 'An angler’s paradise.' Most people visit Himachal for solitude and a fishing…
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