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Have patience God isn’t finished yet

Have patience God isn’t finished yet

BY: Ishrat Sakii The ultimate test of man’s conscience may be his willingness to sacrifice something today for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard. Gaylord Nelson Our planet is 4.5billion years old and humans are on this planet since 1,40,000 years – The smartest species on earth too smart for own […]

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Digital Detox to cut stroke risk among younger population

Digital Detox to cut stroke risk among younger population

Since the COVID pandemic has shaken the world, the number of daily cases reported is on the rise. Along with this the addiction to screen   has picked up pace giving rise to a new pandemic – A pandemic of addiction to screen. According to the World Stroke Organization (WSO), one in four persons will suffer […]

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Villages need proper attention

Villages need proper attention

By: Mudasir Ali Villages are less developed in comparison to urban areas. The main difference is having minimum number of facilities which could ensure better services to the people. The basic facilities which are essential for every village are: Electricity service, Health service, Drinking water, Bank service etc. These are generally viewed as the cornerstones […]

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Concept of Hijrat and its modern interpretation

Concept of Hijrat and its modern interpretation

By: Muhammad Asgar Khan Hijrat is a mammoth sacrifice and deed that is solely undertaken for the sake of Islam. Hijrat is defined as emigration from home or place to another land or place for the sake of Allah. Its context and cause however, are different and should be understood deeply and minutely. Hijrat during […]

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TRIBUTE TO A MAN OF VISION: SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN

TRIBUTE TO A MAN OF VISION: SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN

By: Azhar U Din Time impacts everyone but there are very few who influence time and change the course of history. In the galaxy of 19th century Muslim reformers, Sir Syed Ahmad khan holds a distinguished place. He was the man of great faculty and vision. Sir Syed was dignified intellectual, an eminent philosopher, a […]

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Journalism in India

Journalism in India

BY: Mushtaq Bhat “The Pen is all time powerful than sword”! Yes, I mean “Journalism” which is regarded as fourth pillar of Democracy. The journalism is neither about the abilities of expression & fluency nor making loud noises rather journalists are messengers. The main purpose of journalism is to provide information based on the facts. […]

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IMPORTANCE OF PROPER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

BY: TAJAMUL NASEEM Guidance and counselling is an important aspect in the life of every person. The major aim of Guidance Counseling Services is to encourage students’ academic, social, emotional and personal development. To reach this aim, guidance counseling services help students get to know themselves better and find effective solutions to their problems. The […]

 Javaid Beigh

Dilemma of being a policeman

Dilemma of being a policeman

Recently an unusual phenomenon occurred in Kashmir valley when thousands of Kashmiri Muslims, most of whom were from Sunni Sect turned at the funeral event of a slain Shia Muslim policeman in downtown Srinagar, who died on duty while protecting a Kashmiri Muslim political leader associated with a national party with Hindu ideology. This was […]

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Spinal infections – a rare yet effective cause of spinal deformities

Spinal infections – a rare yet effective cause of spinal deformities

Spinal infections are the rare infections which occur in or around the spine region of the body. It is one rare condition which can lead to the permanent damage of the spinal cord of a person. It involves the intervertebral disc space, the vertebral bones, the spinal canal, or the adjacent soft tissues of the […]

 Akeel Rashid

Choosing passion over pressure  

Choosing passion over pressure  

This young scientist from Tangmarg rejected herd mentality and choose the path of her own liking

It is a known but not discussed fact that the majority of the students after passing Senior Secondary (class 11th & 12th) level examination choose courses against their wish owing to the parental and peer pressure. The students, 15 to 18 years of age, who are on a journey to become young adults are made […]

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