The new found love between the UK and UAE might have propelled one of its former ministers to nominate the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, for the Nobel Peace prize.
The withdrawal of the US forces from Afghanistan before the deadline has dealt a severe blow to the special relationship between the US and UK and also the EU member states. They insist that the withdrawal before time was a hasty decision and their view was not taken on-board. They also base their criticism of […]
From understaffed and ill-equipped Wild Life Department to human interference in habitats of wild animals, the authorities need to have all-inclusive strategy to tackle the challenge.
The human-animal conflict is not a new phenomenon in Kashmir Valley. The reports about these conflicts appear in news now and then; and the intensity of the problem can be gauged by the official data, which say that as many as 118 people were killed and 1877 wounded in attacks by wild animals in the […]
Beware of the impacts of gaming addiction
Technology has become an essential aspect of modern life, everything having something to do with it in one way or the other. However what is most popular particularly among youth and teens is video games. They involve human interaction especially teenagers and many researches have been done on the effects of video games on human […]
By: Dr Aasif Ali Naikoo The tale of discrimination against women starts right from the birth and continues till the last breath. Not only in modern society but eons ago girls were subjected to discrimination and boys preferred over them. This stereotypical ideology continues to exist even today and the struggle and challenges remains an […]
The world’s largest adult vaccination program has prepared India for a grand leap forward in Atma-Nirbharta
Seventy-five years after attaining freedom from foreign rule, our search for freedom of a different kind continues—this time the country is seeking freedom from an invisible invader—the SARS-CoV-2, which has been ravaging the country for the past 20 months. From what we know about this deadly virus, it can be tamed by following Test-Track-Treat and […]
By: M Ahmad The International Day of Democracy is celebrated around the world on 15th of September each year. It was established through a resolution passed by the UN General Assembly in 2007, encouraging governments to strengthen and consolidate democracy. The International Day is an opportunity to review the state of democracy around the world. […]
The human tragedy unraveling in Lebanon could be blamed upon its corrupt politicians but its roots lie deep within the Lebanese sectarianism. While the world it seems has been too occupied with developments in Afghanistan, another tragedy in making is currently on in Lebanon. A country facing one crisis after another. However, the crisis is […]
Conditional opening of schools & higher educational institutions ….
Finally, after more than 18 months since the outbreak of Covid pandemic, the administration in Jammu and Kashmir has initiated a process of gradual reopening of the schools and higher educational institutions with certain conditions. To begin with, the government has decided to allow reopening of schools for class 10th and 12th along with higher […]
By: Dr Aasif Ali Naikoo World survey shows India as one of the top countries in farming and cultivation. India’s 72.2 percent population is residing in rural areas with agriculture as their main occupation. Despite their huge contribution in the economy and prosperity of the nation with Indian agriculture contributing 17-18% to India’s Gross Domestic […]
By: Mohammad Rizwan Bhat Social media has proved to be a huge revolution in taking human creativity and talent to a whole new level in the matters of publicity and fame. A plethora of platforms have been, and are being, created daily to bring peoples creativity in any field to limelight. Many owe their careers […]