Role of NGOs in developing India

Ram Rattan Sharma Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) can be defined as formally registered not – for profit association of groups of individuals founded on the principles of equality, altruism and voluntary work spirit to promote human…

China Impacting Global Economy

By Kunal Bose Being by far the largest owner of steelmaking capacity in the world and what automatically follows the biggest producer, consumer and exporter of the ferrous metal, China will perforce leave a significant…

Lakshman: Brother to a Brother

Lakshman was Raja Dashrath’s son, born to Queen Saumitra. Twin-brother to Shatrughan; step-brother both to Ram and Bharat and husband to Urmila, it was only with Ram that he had a bonding in body and…

Science College Magazine, The Tawi

BD Sharma Government Gandhi Memorial Science College Jammu has remained a premier institute of education in northern India since its inception. It inherits a very rich legacy. Prof Siddheshwar Varma, the renowned linguist and Dr…

A Vibrant Arena

Rachna Vinod A cluster of enthusiastic youngsters stood outside Venky’s shop, and Venky, by his nature curious, listened in on their conversation. As he observed the group of youngsters, he noticed the vibrant energy radiating…

Museums for heritage awareness

Suresh Kumar Gupta, Mukul Magotra International Museum Day or World Museum Day is observed on 18th May. International Council of Museums (ICOM), an apex advisory body for museums and museum professionals, describes museum as “A…

Promoting Millets Cultivation in J&K

Dr. Banarsi Lal Millets are great ancestral crops with high nutritional value. They are dual-purpose crops and can be cultivated both as food & fodder, thus can provide food/livelihood security to thousands of farmers of…