Kashmir worse
A girl is battling for life at Delhi Safdarjung hospital. She was brutally raped and assaulted. This has sent shock waves across the globe and civil society demands justice. This happened now but a decade ago even worse happened at Kunan Poshpora. The tragedy is that still the victims are knocking More

Simply shocking
This refers to the article titled"Simply Shocking" by Hassan Zainagiree in which the author had exposed the biased nature of indian parliamentarians. The gang rape which occurred in South Delhi recently deserves strict action against culprits. But why there is silence when the worse happens in Kashmir More

Miserable performance
This refers to the news "Government schools drop students to improveresults" GK. 20 Dec. They have done this only to keep their salary intact, not to improve results. It is very unfortunate that our teachers are barring a huge quantity of students and allowing only a few to appear in the exams. Although More

Screening stopped
This refers to Bilal A.jan's interview with Majid Maqbool (G.K 21-dec-12). It is very unfortunate that screening of film (Ocean of Tears) was stopped by Kashmir University authorities. Such films highlight the miseries of common people and alleviate the sufferings of these victims. Rahila More

Overall picture
This refers to M Y Tarigami's statement on the poor performance ofgovernment schools in recently declared 10th class results. Though government schools have performed better this year as compared to previous years, but common masses still see the loopholes only without seeing the overall picture More

Hate sin
This refers to the news ‘Persecution forced Aatir to join militant rank’ (GK 21/12/12). Aatir would have been alive, had he not been tortured to the core which changed his mind and forced him to take such a path which ended his life. Instead of helping youth to prosper, police is rubbing salt over More

  • Kashmir

In a first, UN funds reach JK for Census workshop

Hi-Tech Software To Be Used For Easy Data Dissemination

ABID BASHIR

Srinagar, Dec 25: For the first time ever, the United Nations has funded a crucial workshop on data dissemination to be tried on sophisticated software produced by India to sensitize the stakeholders on More



  • Srinagar City

Poor sanitation at Bone & Joints Hospital irks patients

Plaster, dressing rooms turn into garbage dumps

AILING HEALTHCARE

MANZOOR-UL-HASSAN

Srinagar, Dec 25: Patients visiting the Bone and Joints Hospital at Barzulla here face serious health problems due to poor sanitation at the Valley’s lone trauma facility.  Scores of patients who More




  • Jammu

In JK Right to Education still farfetched dream

Official Panel Fails To Put Forth Suggestions

ARVIND SHARMA

Jammu, Dec 25: Right to Education as a fundamental right for the children of Jammu and Kashmir remains a far fetched dream as the state government has so far failed to incorporate certain provisions of More



  • Kupwara/Qazigund

Vesu Industrial Estate distant dream

Vesu (Qazigund), Dec 25: Ten years ago government had demarcated land for an industrial estate along the Srinagar-Jammu highway here in south Kashmir. However, not a single industrial unit has so far come More



  • GKeducation&Careers

TOPPERS VIEWS

Girls once again outshined boys in the merit list of the recently announced results of class 10th board exam. First three positions were shared by seven girls, while 255 students made it to the merit list More



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