1st ever Women’s Science Congress commences
Srinagar, Dec 11: The first ever 3-day, J&K Women’s Science Congress organized by Department of Environment and Water Management and Department of Biotechnology, SP College in collaboration with J&K State Council for Science and Technology was held at SP College here on Tuesday. Minister More

Changapa's article
Writers are many, artists but few! Preachers are many, teachers but few! Lovers are many, worshipers but few! Students are many, learners but few!... The way sensibilities attain expression reveal the stature of person…  Many thanks for sharing Raj Changapa's artistic work (“Gujral, Kalam and the More

Throwing dirt
We the inhabitants of Jeelan Lane, Iqbal Colony, Indira Nagar appeal to the concerned authorities i.e. BB Cantonment to please ensure the safe and healthy living of ours. This area seems to be a dumping ground despite being at a stone's throw from the CM's residence. For the past three years, there seems More

No calendar
Apropos the article "Adnan my friend" by Dr M.A Beg. The author has very well summed up the mystic beauty of death. Death really keeps no calender. We never know when does it strike us. Azra Mufti azramufti786@gmail.com More

Power mismanagement
We belong to that part of earth that has tremendous power generating capacity due to its richness of water resources. But unfortunately we are deprived of electricity due to mismanagement and corruption. Being a professional student I am the worst sufferer of these curtailments. Our colony is a metered More

Government fails
This refers to the news about lack of facilities in government hospitals. This is a matter of great concern that our health sector has not improved at all. Infant deaths in children's hospital and lack of basic  requirements in other hospitals reflect government failure. Jameel Hussain More

Tragic tale
This refers to feature story 'Being Syeda Begum by Majid Maqbool. It depicts the real pain of Kashmiri people. How many syeda Begums can we address. It is a tragedy that we have suffered during the last 22 years. Wajid Gulzar me.wajid634@gmail.com More

Power imbalance
This refers to the article "The worst ever" by M Ashraf. Really our rulers are responsible for prevailing worst situation of power supply. Our power resources illuminate the other states and our own valley is reeling under darkness. Our rulers are unaware of problem as they enjoy power luxury round the More

Double problem
The hike in transport fare pleases one section and distresses a layman who is already facing LPG crisis. Someone should come to the ground level and feel this pain.Rather Bilal Khiram Bijbehararatherbilal18@gmail.com More

Safety needed
The recent attacks on Kashmiri students have shocked all. The emergence of this phenomenon calls for serious debate to analyze its cause and effects. We need to have policies and strategies to create safe and secure environments for Kashmiri students who move out of the state to study. Pupinder More

  • Kashmir

Govt directs to come up with details



Srinagar, Dec 11: The State Accountability Commission (SAC) Tuesday directed Estates Department to come up with the details of illegal occupants of government accommodations including at least eleven former More

  • Srinagar City

Chaos persists on City roads

After erratic power,poor voltage mars Traffic signals



Srinagar, Dec 11: Traffic mess on the City roads is feared to further as restoration of traffic signals is facing more of power problems. After erratic power supply, poor voltage has added to the energy More

  • Jammu

Portion of Assembly complex collapses; probe ordered

Entire Building Declared Unsafe


Jammu, Dec 11: The building of Legislative Assembly in Jammu suffered extensive damage after a wall of it collapsed and cracks developed in entire structure. Officials said that at around 2 AM, one More

  • Baramulla

Traffic jams torment commuters in Baramulla town



Baramulla,Dec 11: Failure of the authorities to check frequent traffic jams in Baramulla town here causes immense inconvenience to the commuters.  In absence of any traffic regulation, unending traffic More

  • GK Features

Being Syeda Begum

After losing her four sons to conflict, an old widow in downtown lives in poverty with an adopted child



In a narrow lane in downtown Baghi sundar, Maidanpora, Darish Kadal( Safa Kadal), Syeda Begum, 66, is anxiously waiting for her 8-year-old adopted son to come home safe after school. The sight of him everyday More

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