Talaaq verdict
 This refers to the front-page news, “Power to pronounce Talaaq not absolute: HC” (GK, October 30, 2012). The said verdict is not fully in compliance with the well established principles and commandments of Islamic Shari’ah, and hence it will create more problems rather than solving them, and will More

Backward certificates
 This refers to the article “once upon a time” by Dr Azmat Alam Khan. The article brilliantly exposes the disparity of brilliant students in relation to their batch mates whose ancestors sometime back lived in far flung areas. The administration should have a balanced evaluating system to monitor More

Maths paper
 This refers to the exam of Maths paper of class 12th (regular) conducted on Oct 3. It was injustice to the students who appeared in exams. Despite a lot of hard-work, most of students were in doubt that they are not going to pass in the said subject. The whole series was very difficult even for More

Implement policies
 This refers to the write up, “What ails J&K economy”. The writer has beautifully knitted together the basic forces and their respective outcomes existing in an economy. Besides framing policies for gearing up investment, proper implementation of these policies is need of the hour. Mere setting More

LPG feedback
 This refers to the feedback in print media regarding the cap of six subsidized domestic gas cylinders ever since imposed by Union government. The genuine registered LPG users are insured by the Gas companies. Unfortunately the unregistered consumers renders this clause invalid. There have been More

Coaching classes
 This refers to the proposal of centre suggesting IBA to hold coaching classes in JK to entertain more participation of JK youth in Public Sector Banks. This is a welcome step by centre in a job-starved valley. IBPS should set up examination centres in Kashmir to felicitate greater participation More

  • Kashmir

CRPF to pull one more battalion from Kashmir

Withdrawal Of 6 More Units Under Consideration: IG Sandhu

REDUCING FOOTPRINTS

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Oct 31: To thin the footprints of its forces in Kashmir, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is withdrawing its one more battalion permanently from south Kashmir while the withdrawal of six More



  • Srinagar City

100 bitten in 2 days

DOG ATTACKS INTENSIFY

M HYDERI

Srinagar, Oct 31: After a little lull in canine attacks on humans in this summer Capital, stray packs mauled over 100 people in the City in the past two days, officials and witnesses Wednesday said.  More




  • Jammu

9 district judges await appointment

GOVT SLEEPS OVER HC RECOMMENDATIONS

AKSHAY AZAD

Jammu, Oct 31: Despite pendency of around 2.5 lakh cases in various courts of J&K, the state government is sleeping over the appointment of nine District and Sessions Judges, as recommended by the More



  • South Asia

Renaming roundabout after Bhagat Singh

Pak puts plan on hold

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Lahore, Oct 31: Giving in to the pressure from hardline groups like the Jamaat-ud-Dawah and a section of local residents, a move to rename a roundabout here in Pakistan after freedom fighter Bhagat Singh More



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