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Modi launches projects worth Rs 20,000k in J & K

Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened multiple projects worth over ₹ 20,000 crore in Jammu and Kashmir including the Banihal-Qazigund tunnel and two hydroelectric projects -- during...

Why Pakistan covets Punjab and J & K? It’s water it needs to survive

In hindsight now, 50 years later, two events stand out of the 1971 India-Pakistan war. The first is the one unforgettable picture of surrender...

New dams in Ladakh, J & K: As always be ready for Pak spoilers

The Central government has given clearance for eight hydropower projects with a total potential of producing 144 MW for the Ladakh region. In all,...

Sinha flags off Ratle power project; Modi reviews another as J & K switches projects on

What stalled Ratle hydel power project earlier when Power Purchased Agreement (PPA) had been signed as early as 2010? What is it that happened...

Pak ‘annexes’ Gilgit-Baltistan: What happened to its ‘freedom-for-Kashmiris’ farce?

Gilgit-Baltistan, a part of undivided Jammu and Kashmir, is in the eye of a storm now that Pakistan has formally included it as a...

India has been exemplary to a fault against Pakistan in Indus Water Treaty

Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) completed 60 years of successful operations two days ago on September 19. Except minor hiccups regarding run of river (RoR)...

Haji Pir Pass: How India won it in War’”and gave it away on table!

In October 1965, people from Poonch started travelling to Uri, Baramulla and to Srinagar via Haji Pir Pass on a regular basis after troops...

Indus Water Treaty: This year, even its meeting, is in the crosshairs

Those watching India-Pakistan relationship closely predict that wranglings may start between them on Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) soon. May be sooner than expected as...

Kovind and the naysayers on Bhoomi Pujan: Should we talk of `castes’ amongst Muslims?

Seafarers from my era led interesting lives, in as much as whilst our friends were just about finishing school, we were already with a...

Pakistan could be over without Indus water

By declaring that water and blood can’t flow together, and reviewing the Indus Water Treaty, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed an existential...

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