Too much to do beyond politics

We need to have intellectuals who stand up against injustice, comments Nayeema Ahmad Mahjoor

VOICES By Nayeema Ahmad Mahjoor

We cannot plan for the future unless we delve into the past and find out what we have left behind, what has been lost and what can be treasured for the generations to come. Due to our ignorance of our sensitive political history or our timidity we are still reluctant to document every aspect of our More

Schooling in winter

It needs bold decision to make that happen

CONCERN By Mian Manzoor

The Government of JK has sought public opinion whether to keep Schools open in the state during winter.During turmoil the Government failed to keep schools open in the valley. It frustrated the authorities at the helm in the state and at the centre. It was a sort of political defeat to the coalition More

  • Kashmir

JKLF FLAYS BJP

‘Won’t tolerate intimidation’

Srinagar, Jan 6:  Reacting sharply to the BJP leaders’ recent statements that they would hoist flag at Lal Chowk here on January 26, to ‘defeat’ the Kashmiris’ mindset, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation More



  • Srinagar City

TARA REVIEWS DAL CONSERVATION

Stresses for timely rehabilitation of lake dwellers at Rakh-e-Arth

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 6:  Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand on Thursday during his City tour took a review of Dal lake conservation measures. “Tara asked the LAWDA authorities that not even a single More




  • Jammu

DGP launches traffic police website, Facebook account

‘Srinagar, Jammu To Have Electronic Traffic Signal System Soon’

Jammu, Jan 6: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda on Thursday launched the website and facebook account of the J&K Traffic Police at a function held at Police Headquarters here.The website More



  • Briefs

Islamabad women's college launches website

Srinagar: The Government Degree College for Women, Islamabad (Anantnag) principal, Prof. (Dr.) Muhammad Shafi today launched the website www.womencollegeanatnag.nic.in.  Addressing the students More



  • Business

CAPD to constitute committee to recommend future rates

Mutton price to stay at Rs 220/kg

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 6: In the face of a litany of complaints against mutton being sold at higher rates in the Valley, the Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution Department (CAPD) Kashmir today decided to constitute More



  • PaK

International community keen to settle Kashmir issue: Khan

TARIQ NAQASH

Muzaffarabad, Jan 6: Prime Minister of Pakistan administered Kashmir Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan on Thursday said that majority of the international community was unanimous about settlement of Kashmir issue More



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