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Suicide- an act of pain, not weakness

Suicide- an act of pain, not weakness

The world has been in lockdown since what feels like an eternity. It has given every one more time to introspect which has brought up their mental struggles to the forefront. A lot many times, people who might be at unrest mentally occupy themselves with chores/socializing and neglect these issues. But with the inability to […]

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Plagiarism-the height of intellectual bankruptcy!

Plagiarism-the height of intellectual bankruptcy!

By: Saima Jammal Plagiarism- the act of marking someone else’s work/ideas/writings as one’s own and passing them off, too. In plagiarism, one’s original ideas/work is passed off by somebody else without authorization while the original is subsided. Recently an organization, of which I am a member, in collaboration with one of the valley’s renowned publishing […]

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Is India awakening to China’s Sharp Power?

Is India awakening to China’s Sharp Power?

China is an authoritative regime. They displayed dominance first in Hong-Kong, negotiated vested interests with Pakistan through CPEC, and embraced Bangladesh in trade last week.  China is using every possible option to tactically exert its supremacy worldwide. Is it a worrying sign for India? Raja Muneeb believes that India has a crucial role to play […]

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Lockdown and the healing of planet earth!

Lockdown and the healing of planet earth!

By: Zeeshan Rasool Khan and Eyram Hamid Khan Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to harbor life. It supports life and is home to all living organisms because of the water it possesses besides other conditions necessary for survival. 71% of the water has furnished our planet blue color, that is […]

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From Lockdown to ‘Unlock’!

From Lockdown to ‘Unlock’!

With due regard for health guidelines- we must get on with life

By: Mudasir Dar Corona has affected every aspect of life in every part of the world. In early 2020, after a December 2019 virus outbreak in China, the World Health Organization identified SARS-CoV-2 as a new type of corona virus. The outbreak quickly spread around the world leaving hundreds of thousands dead and almost 9 […]

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COVID-19 and E-Learning in Jammu and Kashmir

COVID-19 and E-Learning in Jammu and Kashmir

By: Tahir Qureshi Year 2020 would always be remembered in the annals of history as a year of pandemic Covid-19 which has derailed all walks of life across the globe. Like other countries of the world, India faces numerous challenges to combat this lethal virus. On the one hand medical, trade, banking, agriculture and industry […]

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Introducing the Culture of Creativity in Education

Introducing the Culture of Creativity in Education

By: Sajad Hussain Din For effective erudition the tutor has to sort an informative allocution and the student should partake and retain the information. The real challenge of a teacher is to motivate the students. The instructor should have thought-provoking acquaintance about the topic and make the learning enjoyable and edifying. In order to exploit […]

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Constitution of J&K CAT BENCH: An axiom or conundrum?

Constitution of J&K CAT BENCH: An axiom or conundrum?

Soon after the J&K Reorganisation Act 2019, the Central Administrative Tribunal surfaced on front pages of dailies for quite some time and created a furore in legal circles.

Since the erstwhile status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir was officially downgraded, new orders and policies are leading to a cycle of unanticipated restructuring of administrative and judicial setup in J&K. The recent enactment was the transfer of service matter cases to the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Chandigarh. After months-long resentment, the recent […]

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Covid-19 lockdown and Ertugrul

Covid-19 lockdown and Ertugrul

By: Mohammed Shafi Ayaaz How much the lockdown is boring almost the entire world has experienced it by now. Not to make it boring experts made/ issued so many advisories which included reading of books, writing novels/poetry, organizing wardrobes, watching TV, listening Radio, doing indoor exercises, talking with family members, cooking and so many productive […]

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Heart Disease – a bigger pandemic than COVID 19

Heart Disease – a bigger pandemic than COVID 19

By: Bimal Chhajer While the COVID pandemic has created panic all around the world, taking away many lives and containing many infected. Yet Heart ailments are one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity, which is still underestimated. Till today heart disease remains the most common cause of death in most of the countries […]

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