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Old Age Homes – A Necessary Evil!

Old Age Homes – A Necessary Evil!

Isolation is proving to be a reality that comes with old age. Ageing being inevitable, everyone goes through these stages, provided death does not come calling in the meantime. Thus, irrespective of our stature, all of us come to a stage where we need others. Currently, around the globe, senior citizens are being deprived of […]

 Syed Kaleem Geelani

Blood, Blockade and Breakup!

Blood, Blockade and Breakup!

Killing of hundreds, blockade of internet and breakup of political parties was all about last year in Kashmir

Kashmir valley has always witnessed tragedies and unexpected occurrences throughout many years and last year too, the valley witnessed a series of killings of militants as well as of civilians. The valley also witnessed a large number of frequent internet blockades especially in South Kashmir areas, leaving the people in misery and disconnected from the […]

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Victims of Favoritism and Corruption!

Victims of Favoritism and Corruption!

By: Ishfaq Shafi Corruption is really a major issue and a stumbling block in way of achieving any target individually or as a state. More or less it is present worldwide and seems to be nearly undefeatable. The people of Jammu and Kashmir are among the worst suffers of corruption in public services and otherwise […]

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Triple Talaq Bill is unconstitutional

Triple Talaq Bill is unconstitutional

Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by Article 25-28 of the Constitution of India. Modern India came into existence in 1947 and the Indian constitution’s preamble was amended in 1976 to reaffirm that India is a secular state. However, in S.R Bommai v Union of India case, Supreme Court of India […]

 JAVID RATHER

Much ado about nothing!

Much ado about nothing!

The disastrous floods of 2014 have undoubtedly cemented their place in the annals of Kashmir history. It brought the whole of Kashmir to a halt and standstill and the thoughts of that deadly night when water entered the homes of people are still haunt the people. And why not, after all it shook the very […]

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Virtual Pilgrimage to Iraq-the city of splendid shrines and mosques!

Virtual Pilgrimage to Iraq-the city of splendid shrines and mosques!

By: SARTAJ AHMAD SOFI Iraq is a country in western Asia, bordered by Turkey to the North, Iran to the east, Kuwait to the south-east, Saudi Arabia to the south, Jordan to the south-west and Syria to the west.  Baghdad is the capital and the largest city of Iraq. It is the homeland to the […]

 Dr. Shahid Amin

Plan for a Happy New Year!

Plan for a Happy New Year!

(Students need to become more organized in their tasks. It doesn’t matter how much time we have in our hands if we can’t manage it properly – we’ll just spend most of the day running around aimlessly.  The serious concern that has gripped the society is time mismanagement. Undoubtedly being timely and punctual is a […]

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Remembering Mirza Ghalib

Remembering Mirza Ghalib

Dil hii to hai na sang-o-Khisht dard se bhar na aaye kyuun.  Roenge ham hazaar baar koii hamen sataaye kyuun.

By:  ABID WACHKOO It’s only  my heart, not a stone or brick, Why should it not be overcome with pain?I will cry a thousand times,Why should one torment stop me? Why do you ask me to stop brooding, stop crying? Why do you torment me? Why do you ask me to compose myself? Why don’t […]

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The Row and Ruckus about KAS

The Row and Ruckus about KAS

By: Mudasir Ahmad Gori Kashmir is always busy with some issue day in and day out. There is hardly any day when we do not see resentment of people being expressed on roads, written in placards, posters and banners. One of the recent episodes of resentment is that of Civil Service Aspirants (KAS). The JKPSC […]

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No divine panacea for resolving Kashmir dispute

No divine panacea for resolving Kashmir dispute

All stakeholders must come forward for ending this bloody conflict

BY: Er Suhail Ahmad J&K with a population of 1.25 crore is stuck in a vicious cycle of bloodshed that has consumed around 13000 civilians, 22000 militants since 1989 (According to Ministry Of Home Affairs), thus renderings thousands of children orphan, many a women windows and parents helpless. Besides this huge loss of life, considerable […]

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