It was a blessed mix of respect, love and friendship with each other and also with the life at the Dachigam National Park.
By: Farhana Manzoor On 25th June 2022, our batch happened to visit the Dachigam National Park, as part of a field work of Wildlife Sciences course. Our course instructor- Dr. Khursheed accompanied us to this protected area that is a home to the last viable population of the threatened species-Hangul. The sunny weather was resonating well with […]
By: Rameez Bhat On 28th May my mother felt intense pain in stomach which was accompanied by vomiting and fever, we rushed to district hospital Baramulla (Upgraded to GMC now) and there she was given medication which somehow subsided her pain for an hour and the symptoms reoccurred. In the mean time I was searching […]
By: Shakir Nisar I passed class 10th in 2008 and was looking for options for further studies. Different people put forward different options to opt for but being extra good at mathematics, I chose Non Medical stream to go with. After passing class 12th, I wanted to opt out of science and choose geography for […]
By: Rafiq Ahmad Magray Allah has blessed mankind with abundant bounties and what is probably the highest reward is intellect that has increased the honour of man among other species. Allah has entrusted mankind with the responsibility of the Khilafah in the world for this reason besides others. Hence, the intellect in Islam is of […]
By: Zainab-Ul-Nisa The political and social scenario of Kashmir has never been stable, or at least the students of my age have never seen it so. Probably, this is the only region in the whole sub-continent where people have been grappling with issues including unnatural deaths, killings, arrests, drug menace, poverty, acute unemployment, and so […]
By: M Ahmad The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced, killing more than 8 million people a year, including around 1.2 million deaths from exposure to second-hand smoke. More than 7 million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while around 1.2 million […]
At a time of distressing furore on social media and on streets against near-total bans on abortion in the West, India’s generous stance on the termination of pregnancy is a comforting sanctum. Coupled with the moratorium on commercial surrogacy and the proposal to equalise men and women’s age at marriage, India is positioned securely in […]
An interview with Kwesi Pratt Jr., a journalist and leader of the Socialist Movement of Ghana.
By: Vijay Prashad In April 2018, the president of Ghana, Nana AddoDankwaAkufo-Addo, said that Ghana has “not offered a military base, and will not offer a military base to the United States of America.” His comments came after Ghana’s parliament had ratified a new defense cooperation agreement with the United States on March 28, 2018, […]
By: Jaswinder Pal Sharma As the name suggests, fast foods are food items that are quickly made, quickly served and quickly eaten. Life today has become fast, and the changes in the lifestyle of people have gotten them addicted to food items that can be readily made. Fast food is the name coined for food […]
By Rodrigo Guillot In 2010, Cuba’s former President Fidel Castro said: “López Obrador will be the person with the most moral and political authority in Mexico when the system collapses and, with it, the empire.” He was referring to Andrés Manuel López Obrador (known as AMLO), who is the current president of Mexico and head […]