OPINION

 Asad Mirza

Iraq-Kurdistan Oil Tussle

The perilous relationship between Iraq and Kurdistan has soured once again, due to Kurdistan’s oil exports to Turkey.

There are reports that international oil firms operating in Kurdistan have asked the US to help defuse an upsurge in tension between Iraq’s central government and the Kurd Autonomous Region or Kurdistan regional government (KRG), according to a letter seen by Reuters. Over the years Kurdistan had been supplying oil to Turkey and in the […]

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A teacher should keep a mirror for the self-development of the children

A teacher should keep a mirror for the self-development of the children

In the development of children, the ideal role of teachers should be that of promoters and motivators of the right values and qualities.

By: Priyanka Saurabh There is a gradual development of knowledge, ideas, and values in the life of man right from birth, which makes him a human being by separating him from other animals. After family, teachers play the biggest role in this development. However, in Indian society, teachers are held in very high esteem, since […]

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Children need to be taught in their mother tongue.

Children need to be taught in their mother tongue.

Each language spoken in the world represents a particular culture, melody, and color and is an asset.

By: Priyanka Saurabh According to the Language Census, there are 19,500 languages or dialects in India, out of which 121 languages are spoken by 10,000 or more people in our country. The National Education Policy released in 2020 strongly advocates providing elementary education in the regional language or mother tongue. The Mother tongue has a […]

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India clocks in over one lakh ODF Plus villages

India clocks in over one lakh ODF Plus villages

By: Ms. Vini Mahajan Our country is standing at the cusp of transformative change and we have a huge opportunity to transform rural India.  We are certainly heading in the right direction, with all the right moves, given that today the IMIS of the Swachh Bharat Mission Grameen (SBM-G), the flagship programme of the Government […]

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Introducing March session remains a big question

Introducing March session remains a big question

Before giving official directives, consult with all stake -holders

By: Dr FirdoosWani/MuneebaTabasum Several top School Education Department (SED) officials have stated for some time that the government has chosen to move the academic year from November-December to March-April. As a result, the 10th-12th grade yearly board examinations will be held in March-April 2023 instead of November-December 2022. They claim that formal directives in this […]

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Addressing the pressing issues first

Addressing the pressing issues first

By: Dr. Ashraf Amin Societies, communities, and nations who know how to prioritize things are blessed! The rise and fall of civilizations are also a matter of things prioritized over others things.  The greatest wisdom lies in what to prefer and when to prefer for one’s own self and one’s community. Every period of human […]

 Asad Mirza

A New Beginning for Turkiye-Israel Relations

A New Beginning for Turkiye-Israel Relations

The reset of diplomatic ties between Turkiye and Israel may result in some new paradigm shifts at the regional level besides helping both to focus more on bilateral economic gains.

Recently there have been indications both from Israel and Turkiye that the leadership in those countries was mulling a reset in their bilateral ties. In Israel’s case it was one more step in the direction of regional rapprochement, while for Turkiye it is basically aimed at tackling and furthering its economic woes and regional interests. […]

 Rashmi Talwar

MOHAN RAINA – The soul artist of Kashmir

MOHAN RAINA – The soul artist of Kashmir

Book Review

Illustrations of Umar Khayyam’s poetry.     Some artists are born of a feather. Art reaches out to a soul to house its flights of imaginative treasures. Artist Mohan Raina was one such born of a quiver of plumes. His art flew. It reached unknown shores. Some rose like a tidal wave, some in a […]

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Promotion of Mental Health Education in Schools

Promotion of Mental Health Education in Schools

By: Dr. Rohi ‘Mental health needs a great deal of attention. It’s the final taboo and it needs to be faced and dealt with’ Adam Ant Mental health is a state of wellbeing where people can meet their learning potential, cope with normal stresses and are connected to community as well as to their friends. […]

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Mother Teresa- An Inspirational Huma being

Mother Teresa- An Inspirational Huma being

A tribute to a great soul on her 112th Birth Anniversary

By: M Ahmad Mother Teresa once said that, “By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus”. Earlylife: Mother Teresa, actual name AnjezëGonxhe Bojaxhiu, born in Uskub, […]