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Impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy

Impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy

BY: RAYEES MASROOR The noval coronavirus which first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan last December has not only posed a serious threat to the human lives but the virus outbreak has become one of the biggest threats to the global economy and financial markets. Major institutions and banks have already cut their forecasts […]

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Stay home, stay safe

Stay home, stay safe

By: Jahangeer Lone World Health Organisation has declared the new coronavirus out break, which originated in Wuhan, China on 31 December last year a global pandemic. Coronavirus belong to a large group of viruses infecting animals and humans causing upper respiratory infections (URTIs). Initially upon its unfortunate outbreak in China, it was given an interim […]

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Front Line Warriors

Front Line Warriors

BY: Mool Raj Through the medium of your esteemed daily newspaper, I would like to express my view on the work of Front line Warriors who are protecting us from pandemic disease. They are our first line of defence in the battle against the pandemic. It should not end up becoming their last stand. In […]

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Individual responsibility of Muslims

Individual responsibility of Muslims

The search for justice is one of the continuing quests of humankind. It is the quest that is prescribed by the Qur’an for every Muslim. Social and individual justice are evolving concepts which depend largely upon a variety of external considerations. Above all, Islam seeks to inculcate within every Muslim the need to seek justice […]

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Heartless Humans

Heartless Humans

This little eye-catching creature, born a few months ago, was shocked to learn that his parents were going to be slaughtered with a honed knife. The very tip of the knife, when it shone in the glare of the sun like a diamond, revealed its sharpness. The other sheep told him about the impending danger. […]

 Dr. Tasaduk Hussain Itoo

COVID-19: Why is it called a ‘Global Pandemic?’

COVID-19: Why is it called a ‘Global Pandemic?’

It took a couple of months for Coronavirus diseases 2019 (COVID-19) to turn into a worldwide emergency. As of today, the number of COVID-19 positive cases has increased to more than two lacs and the number of countries affected by the virus has increased drastically. More than 8500 people have lost their live due to […]

 Adeela Hameed

What Was Lost, What Survived

What Was Lost, What Survived

Descent of humans began Never to truly regain When forests were still lush, creamy and bold When rivers spewed forth wherever they scrolled Wild, full of luster, sprouted roots Diversity was persistent, creating fruits. Divulging in greed, cacophonous in approach Man assembled everyone by their throat Disregarding all, putting in his speed He felled trees, […]

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In Praise of Fathers: Remembering my father on his Death Anniversary 

In Praise of Fathers: Remembering my father on his Death Anniversary 

By Muzamil Manzoor For me, a father is someone who goes to any extent to support his family. He may not express his love and affection directly to his children, but never fails to shows it through subtle ways. Not much has been said or written in praise of fathers; however, their role speaks for […]

 Adeela Hameed

Refrain from Spitting in Public

Refrain from Spitting in Public

Spitting is not a healthy habit. It doesn’t look cool; if that is what you were thinking to achieve. This habit is notorious to the extent of people excluding you from conversations, public events, or social gatherings. Spitting in public makes pedestrians walking by your side, ahead or behind you nauseous, and glare at you […]

 Dr. Tasaduk Hussain Itoo

Interview: ‘Stroke prevention strategies are same as strategies to prevent heart disease’

Interview: ‘Stroke prevention strategies are same as strategies to prevent heart disease’

Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and disability in India. The estimated prevalence of stroke range from 84 to 262 per 100,000 in rural and 334 to 424 per 100,000 population in urban areas. Based on the recent population- based studies the incidence rate of stroke range from 119 to 145 per […]