In Focus, a collection of special series of Opinions, Trends and stories from Jammu, known and unknown; culture and heritage, unraveling the places and faces behind political struggles, myths and mysticism, literature and folklore, monuments, cuisine and soulful poetry in detail through a series of regular articles for a set period of time. Here are the first set of In Focus series among many more to come!

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5 Ways To Beat Summers In Jammu

With temperatures soaring above 40°C, and no respite from frequent power cuts, you are left to cope with the summers on your own. We...

5 things about Darbar Move

Darbar Moveis the name given to the bi-annual shift of the secretariat and all other government offices of Jammu and Kashmir from one capital city...
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5 Things About Jammu University

The University of Jammu was established in 1969 by an Act of the State Legislature which effectively split the Jammu and Kashmir University...

The last ruling Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir

The last ruler of Jammu and Kashmir was Maharaja Hari Singh, who ascended the throne in 1925. He made primary education compulsory in the...
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It’s about Jammu Municipality

The Municipality of State of Jammu and Kashmir was established after the reforms under taken by Lord Rippan in the first quarter of 19th...
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Dogra Regiment

The Dogra Regiment is an infantry unit of the Indian Army, formerly the 17th Dogra Regiment when part of the British Indian Army. The regiment...
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Kaladi Kulcha best Street Food in Jammu that you must try

The most tasty and legendary food of Jammu is undoubtedly, Kaladi Kulcha! Not to be mistaken as Mozzarella. Also known as Maish Krej (in...

Dogra Art Museum

Dogra Art Museum, Jammu previously known as the Dogra Art Gallery is a museum of Dogra cultural heritage housed in the Pink Hall of...
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History Of Jammu

Jammu has historically been the capital of Jammu Province and the winter capital of the east, while Jammu and Kashmir princely state (1846–1952). Jambu Lochan was the brother of Raja...

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