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WHY NEET ONLY?

WHY NEET ONLY?

By: MUDASIR  ALI In the beginning, some students may have strong penchant towards the medical field and some may not and they obviously choose different discipline to pursue their career. The choice is not confined to one stream only as everyone has to decide individually whether entering into the medical field or pursuing any other […]

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Frequently Asked Questions about Kidney Transplant

Frequently Asked Questions about Kidney Transplant

By: Dr Salil Jain When Is A Kidney Transplant Needed? Kidney transplant is advised for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 5 or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) when both kidneys cease functioning due to irreversible damage. Treatment options include lifetime dialysis or kidney transplantation. What are the kinds of transplants? Kidneys for transplant […]

 Er. Prabhat Kishore

Holi: Festival of spring

Holi: Festival of spring

India is the country of festivals, which symbolises its enriched culture, tradition and civilisation. The festivals are based on geological happenings, mythological beliefs, happiness and joy, changes of seasons and various other factors. Holi is one of such a festival, which is called Rangotsava (festival of colours), Basantotsava (festival of spring) or Premotsava (festival of […]

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A PIECE OF ADVICE

A PIECE OF ADVICE

By: Syed Majid Gilani I am writing this to Eve’s daughters with a heartfelt piece of advice. It is important for Eve’s daughters to understand the true value of their husbands and cherish them in their lives. I urge you to safeguard your marriages by respecting and honouring your husbands. Grant your husband the position […]

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A Tribute to a Spiritual Luminary: Remembering Allama Mir Sheikh Mehdi Hussain Hamdani Najafi

A Tribute to a Spiritual Luminary: Remembering Allama Mir Sheikh Mehdi Hussain Hamdani Najafi

By: Syed Nayeem Hamdani Late Allama Mir Sheikh Mehdi Hussain Hamdani Najafi was not just a scholar but a beacon of spirituality and wisdom, whose teachings continue to illuminate the path of many. Born in 1937, he dedicated his life to serving the community and imparting the knowledge he acquired through years of study and […]

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Dr. Shah Nawaz: A Literary Luminary and Pioneer of Indigenous Language

Dr. Shah Nawaz: A Literary Luminary and Pioneer of Indigenous Language

By: Sadaket Malik In the vast world of literature, certain individuals emerge as beacons, casting a profound influence on the literary landscape. Dr. Shah Nawaz stands tall as one such luminary, a man whose contributions have left an indelible mark on the world of letters. Born in 1977 to SaghirHussain in Karnah Tehsil MendharDisttPoonch, Dr.Shahnawaz’s […]

 Mushtaq Hurra

Celebrating World Water Day

Celebrating World Water Day

​Though death is the most certain thing among all the uncertainties of the world, but man still has been endeavouring hard to find an elixir of life which would grant him eternity and immortality. Initial instances to seek the elixir of life dates back to 2nd millennium BC when ancient Mesopotamians had longed to become […]

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Escalating expenses, changing landscape of marriage customs in Kashmir

Escalating expenses, changing landscape of marriage customs in Kashmir

The traditional Kashmiri weddings that were once celebrated with simplicity and modesty have now been replaced with elaborate ceremonies and luxurious expenditures Marriage customs in Kashmir have a rich history, strongly connected to cultural heritage and family ties. However, in recent years, these customs have experienced significant changes, influenced by a variety of factors, including […]

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Consequences of Rampant Mining in Kashmir

Consequences of Rampant Mining in Kashmir

By: Mohd Younus Bhat Despite the regulations in place, like the National Mineral Policy (NMP) of 1993 and subsequent amendments, which include restrictions on mining depth, infrastructure development, environmental risk compensation, and employment regulations for locals, the lack of effective monitoring and enforcement has allowed unchecked mining activities to persist. This has resulted in the […]

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Concept of Fasting across religions

Concept of Fasting across religions

By: Aga Syed Muntazir Mehdi Most of the religious texts and traditions define the practice of fasting as the voluntary abstinence from food and certain bodily functions for a specific period of time with the aim of obtaining not only physical but also spiritual well-being. Without abstinence from bodily functions, we shouldn’t really be talking […]