By: Sahil Manzoor Tobacco belongs to the nightshade family and is cultivated for its dried leaves andits plants grow 1 to 3 metres tall and produce more than 10 broad leaves. The leaves are than dried, processed, and used to manufacture cigars, cigarettes, etc. which are, as we all know, extremely dangerous to human health […]
The recent coup in Niger threatens to unleash more private military and security companies on a continent where they have become steadily more powerful in recent decades.
By: John P. Ruehl In the wake of the July 26 coup in Niger, the world’s spotlight has once again turned to the expansion of private military and security companies (PMSCs) across Africa. Following the removal of the relatively pro-Western government, Niger’s new military rulers asked Russian PMSC Wagner to help defend against a possible […]
The 15th BRICS summit which is going to be held in South Africa is the first in-person summit since 2019, in which except the Russian President Vladimir Putin, all other heads of states are going to attend in-person. Moreover, invitations have been laid down to 69 states, including all African states, a step which clearly […]
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is a transformative document that aims to revolutionize the education system in India.
By: Dr. Gh Hassan Wani With the ever-evolving global landscape and rapid advancements in technology, it is imperative that educational systems keep pace with these changes to prepare students for the challenges of the modern world. The National Education Policy, NEP-2020, introduced by the Government of India, aims to revolutionize the country’s education system to […]
Edited and translated by Dr. ShibenKrishen Raina
BOOK REVIEW By: Maharaj Shah Kashmir, often referred to as “Paradise on Earth,” has a history that is as enchanting as its picturesque landscapes. While the region has experienced its share of political and social upheavals over the past few decades, its cultural heritage continues to shine through its rich literary tradition. Among the luminous […]
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The world today is suddenly taken aback by India’s amazing scientific potential and prowess which was dormant and unnoticed, but waiting to happen whenever provided with an enabling milieu and a supportive leadership. It was precisely at that destined moment of history that NarendraModi arrived as the Prime Minister of India and the rest is […]
The more control you have over your attention, the more control you have over your future- James Clear
By: NISAR HUSSAIN In the current scenario of education, students face numerous distractions and challenges that can hinder their learning and academic success. Two crucial skills that can greatly impact their educational journey are ‘attention management’ and ‘time management’. Adam Grant has rightly pointed out that, “Attention management is the art of focussing on getting […]
By: Peer Mohammad Amir Qureshi Under the searing sun, I found myself outside the Dean’s office alongside my companion,racing against the clock to tick off exam requirements just days away. Amid this arduous endeavor, a Kashmiri couple arrived on campus, the sun’s radiance reflecting off their visages. The woman’s mission: snag an admit card from […]
In a land where dreams alight and spirits soar, a nation's heart beats with a resounding roar. Independence, a cherished gift we hold dear, a legacy of struggle, hope, and cheer.
Independence Day is a momentous occasion that holds profound significance in the history of India thereby the day holds a significant place in the hearts of every citizen of a nation. It is a day of pride, reflection and unity, where a country celebrates its hard-fought freedom. Every year on the 15th of August, India’s […]
By: Afreen Kabir Emotions are conscious mental reactions such as anger or fear. Our beloved prophet (SAW) warned people and said that when they come to you and you give them a verdict, make sure you don’t fall into their emotions. Quran is actually very concerned about the emotions, feelings and sadness of the people. […]