From the Perspective of a Young Mentor
Kashmir Images has started an initiative, as part of India’s Vocal for Local campaign, of collecting inspirational stories from across Jammu and Kashmir, bringing to the readers fresh perspectives about solo entrepreneurship – successful only when practiced with persistence and conformed with patience. Adeela Hameed, as the ground reporter and interviewer with Kashmir Images for […]
By: Hilal Ahmad Bhat We live in an era of technology and advancement. We have succeeded in achieving many milestones. In today’s era of technological advancement, world has been pacing towards development by leaps and bounds. The scientific gifts of electronic gadgets to the nature have reduced the large map of the world to a […]
Many women unable talk about birth control with their husbands
By : Safina Nabi GANDERBAL — Najma Jan, a frail and weak-looking woman in her late 20s, sits in a traditional kitchen with multicolored walls and a range of steel utensils. Married for around 10 years, Najma has three children. Two of them, aged 7 and 5, take turns sitting in her lap. The third, […]
By championing freedom from religion while trampling freedom of religion, Macron is discrediting the Enlightenment in the eyes of Muslims—and strengthening the Islamists he vows to defeat.
By: MUSTAFA AKYOL “Islam is a religion that is in crisis all over the world today.” That is what the French President Emmanuel Macron said on Oct. 2, while announcing his “anti-radicalism plan.” Just two weeks later, on Oct. 16, a devotee of that radicalism killed and beheaded a high-school teacher, Samuel Paty, in a […]
A proud moment for Kashmir!
Srinagar: In what could be termed as a moment of great pride for Kashmir, the son of soil, a renowned Doctor, Dr. Anil Koul, has received this year’s American Chemical Society’s (ACS) ‘Heroes of Chemistry Award’ for discovery of Bedaquiline (BDQ). The other members of his team who were recognized for this contribution are Dr. […]
Epilepsy is the fourth most common chronic disorder of the brain characterized by recurrent ‘seizures’ or ‘fits. The seizures are caused due to sudden, excessive and abnormal electrical discharges in the brain cells. It can affect people of all ages; however, each individual has its unique concerns and problems. Epilepsy is a disorder of the […]
The consensus view is that both the UK and the global economy will be smaller in 2021 than they were in 2019
By: Gordon Brown & Robert Skidelsky In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, both the US and European economies are gearing up for large-scale job creation. US President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to invest $700 billion in manufacturing and innovation, plus $2 trillion in a “Biden Green Deal” to combat climate change and promote clean […]
Studies of peace processes in the past 30 years suggest that when women have a say in negotiations, there is a much better chance of reaching a deal — and of achieving an enduring settlement.
By: Margot Wallstrom & Dan Smith It has now been 20 years since the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted the Resolution on Women, Peace, and Security (Resolution 1325), challenging the international community to improve the conditions for women and girls, particularly those affected by armed conflict. Specifically, Resolution 1325 established four pillars for global […]
By: Ram Puniyani The murder of French school teacher Samuel Paty by an 18 year old Muslim boy of Russian origin has opened the Pandora’s Box all over. Few days’ later three people were killed in Nice, in France again. There were protests against France in few Muslim majority countries like Bangla Desh and there […]
TUM KYA GAYE KI ROOTH GAYE DIN BAHAR KE (YOU LEFT TAKING THE GLORY ALONG) By: Afroza Rather Though writing in ink I am, I would love to turn every drop of my blood into ink for expressing what my mother means to me. A complete pall of gloom descended upon us and me in […]