Another ‘Peaceful’ Year

But this hardly changes the dire predictions for 2013


The 2012 is drawing to a close and on a peaceful note, much like 2011. Both years followed a more or less similar trajectory, starting with dire predictions of public unrest, barely escaping a potential crisis or two, but concluding normally. In between, the year did excellently well on all More

Experience, Amazing

A Kashmiri young man's unforgettable experience at Ole Miss University of Mississippi

Mudasir Tantry

   “Experience, Amazing” is the official slogan for the University of Mississippi, known as “Ole Miss,” and that is an accurate description of my journey here. As a Postdoc Fellow who began studying at the University, I have met many new people, made good friends (and discovered once again More

Meet the eminent

Munshi Saeb's narrative and some factual inaccuracies


Reading Greater Kashmir in a distant land is a treat. You never get the feeling that you are missing your home. I pay sincere compliments to you for starting 'Meet the Eminent' series. Since politics is the  first thing that a Kashmiri learns, your choice of inviting someone who belongs to a More

Assaulted student in Delhi

I am shocked that my gender can inflict such horror on its opposite

Dr. Mian Mehboob

On the third Sunday of 12/12 what happened at South Delhi makes me, as a male, hang my head in shame. I am ashamed to learn how brutally cruel my gender could be to our own complimenting and completing halves. When Jaya Bhaduri, with tears in eyes, speaks in the National Parliament about the female More

  • Kashmir

In a first, UN funds reach JK for Census workshop

Hi-Tech Software To Be Used For Easy Data Dissemination


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



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


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


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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