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In the name of School Olympics
10/27/2016 9:59:07 PM
Satwant Singh Rissam Chain Singh, a 27 years old young man, from Chanser, a small village in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir participated in Rio Olympics 2016. It took J&K more than 6 decades to see some one play in Olympics. Dont start presuming about contribution of any sports association from J&K or J&K Sports Council or any government department to Chain Singh's this achievement. He is serving in Indian Army and credit for this achievement, goes to Indian Army only. This fact may refresh memories of many as by now they must have forgotten him. Many in our state were in jovial mood when Rio Olympics were going on but now as games are over so is our enthusiaism. Sports in J&K for m
10/27/2016 9:58:53 PM
M.L. GUPTA Historically all the three regions of Jammu and Kashmir State of India namely (a) Jammu (b) Kashmir (c) Ladakh were independent kingdoms. While Britishers were gaining control over other parts of Indian territories, the Sikhs were capturing power in Punjab and adjoining hilly regions with capital at Lahore. Then Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh annexed Jammu Kingdom in 1812 and appointed Mian Mota a local of Smailpur, Jammu as administrator. Later's nephews Gulab Singh & Dyan Singh distinguished at Lahore Darbar. While Gulab Singh climbed the ladders of success in soldiery, his brother Dyan Singh excelled in administration. The Sikh rule in Jammu came to be resented and Jamwals rose in r
10/27/2016 9:58:42 PM
MAHADEEP SINGH JAMWAL Diwali celebrations dates back to ancient times in India and mentioned in Sanskrit texts such as the Padma Purana and Skanda Purana. There are significant variations in regional and rituals, depending upon the region, prayers are offered before one or more deities, with most common being Lakshmi - the goddess of wealth. In India's eastern region, the people worship the goddess Kali instead of Lakshmi, and call the festival as 'Kali Pujan'. The Diwali is considered to be the five days celebration and begins on the day Goddess of wealth and prosperity Lakshmi was born from the churning of the cosmic ocean of milk by the Devas (gods) and Asuras (demon), while the night o
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