It throws up many questions that demand an answer
IMPRSSIONS By Uday ShankerA question has arisen: why Kashmir was not on the table of India- Pakistan foreign ministers ‘ talks on July 15. The Indian position is that it was willing to talk about all issues, including Kashmir. But it, indeed, wanted to know what progress Pakistan had made in bringing to justice More
Where does this all corruption originate from?
FEEDBACK By Zubair BashirThe cat is finally out. What was known to the people in general all along has found place in the print media also. In spite of huge annual budgets there is no perceptible change in the infrastructure. The economic plight of a common man stays same. The money disappears into the pockets More
‘Trial going on at snail's pace'
TABINDA GANI RAPE, MURDER CASE
MOAZUM MUHAMMAD Srinagar, July 19: Family members of teenage Tabinda Gani Lone, who was raped and murdered, at Langate in frontier district of Kupwara on July 20 in 2007, are still waiting for justice More
- Srinagar City
People protest; police imposes restrictions in Batamaloo; mediamen thrashed
Srinagar, July 19: Two persons were killed and four wounded in two road mishaps in the City Monday, police and reports said. In the morning, a youth was killed and three others injured at Batamaloo More
Jammu, July 19: The wait is finally over! University of Jammu on Monday announced the first cut off list for admissions to various Post Graduate courses for academic session 2010-11. Hordes of students More
- South Asia
Rawalpindi, July 19: The All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference information secretary, Athar Masood Wani on Monday said the water and power crisis presently faced by the Pakistan made its amply clearer More
SKEWPY to be modified
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar July 19: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday called for modifying the guidelines of Sher-i-Kashmir Employment and Welfare Programme for Youth (SKEWPY) to expand its ambit. “It has been observed More