By: Ajai Srivastava Shimla: It was a moment of pride for all those who believe in the basic values of Indian culture and fundamental rights when 151 men, women and children were given an opportunity to return to their...
By: Shikha Patial Shimla: There’s something amazingly special about Saturdays on the Shimla Mall Road. The century old Mall Road buzzes extraordinarily on Saturdays with the ensemble of city’s entire young crowd. It wasn’t always the same; Saturdays were no...
By: D D Sharma Shimla: Public Relation Society of India, Shimla Chapter, has received the first prize for its best achievement and performance in the year 2007. This was disclosed by B D Sharma, Chairman of the Shimla Chapter, who...
By : Mohan Verma Himachal Pradesh girl Ms. Chandni Sharma has won the prestigious 'Indian Princess 2014' title in Mumbai after defeating contestants from 20 states, said Ms. Varsha Rane, promoter of the Indian Princess and Indian Princess International beauty...
The Himachal Pradesh Governor Acharya Dev Vrat and Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh have expressed grief over the death of Raj Kumar Rana who attained martyrdom in a terror attack in Srinagar on Saturday. He belonged to Padehar village of...
HimVani Dehra: Following the arrest of about 100 Tibetan monks here by the Kangra police this morning, the protestors have now decided to stage a hunger strike. The monks were part of the protest march started by a group of...
By: Taba Ajum* Even though I belong to the hill state of Arunachal Pradesh, which comes under the great Himalayan mountain range, I had a burning desire since childhood to visit the state of Himachal Pradesh. One town that fascinated...
A new generation of artists being trained in the traditional school of Kangra Art will now get an opportunity to exhibit their works in Mayfair – in the heart of London. Starting on the 20th of March, the paintings...
Like a pagri, or the turban in other parts of India, the Himachali topi is a necessary fashion wear during marriages, festivals, religious functions, fairs and other local events. Traditionally, worn has a headgear to protect from the chilly winter...
By: Priya Das* What started out as public misbehaviour with women has now become a larger debate on cultural corruption of Indian society by pubs. This debate completely ignores the primary issue – the moral policing of women by the...