In comes Imran

The first thing Khan can work for is to restore the individuality of Kashmir

Mehmood ur Rashid

2012 has been a year of public rallies for Imran Khan. We have seen the cities of Pakistan full of atmosphere whenever a public rally was held by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. The failure of the two main political parties, Pakistan Muslim League and Pakistan People’s Party in giving the country an efficient More

Abstract Art of Taj Mohiuddin

If cow has eaten the grass, then where is the cow?

Naeem Akhtar

Corruption in this part of the world is no more a fine art that should require solitude and confidentiality but it has become more akin to prostitution. Brazenness has become the stock response from its practitioners and of course from the institutions of state that eat up significant share of our More

Shedding tears on screen

Of Mustafa Kamal and the realities of Kashmir

Amit Kushari

The way Sheikh Mustafa Kamal was being grilled on the T.V. in the national news channels made me feel amused but at the same time I felt a bit sorry for the gentleman. He had made some statements in Kishtwar calling India an enemy of Kashmiris and he was trying to defend himself on T.V. before the More

Delaying tactics

It’s another form of corruption

Fida Iqbal

Corruption is certainly now integral part of our life. We have to accept this reality and anyone who denies presence of corruption in our daily routine is denying the facts. I don’t know the past but corruption has a glorious existence and its future surely depends on unfolding vistas of our mindset More

  • Kashmir

10 years on, JK Sports Council sits on ‘urgent matter’

‘Tainted’ Official Enjoys Plum Position; Government Goes Lenient

FAKE CERTIFICATE CASE

Srinagar, Nov 14: In an outrageous case of official negligence, the J&K State Sports Council has brazenly overlooked the ‘authentication of certificates’ of an official which proved that he had “mischievously More



  • Srinagar City

Omar supports skewed bridge

Says nothing wrong with Tedha design, ridicules critics

M HYDERI

Srinagar, Nov 14: Breaking his silence on the construction of “controversial” skewed bridge, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Wednesday said there was nothing wrong with the project and hinted that Peoples More




  • Jammu

NHPC to set up institute in Kashmir

HYDRO POWER TRAINING

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Nov 14: National Hydel Power Corporation would be establishing a hydero power training institute in Kangan area of Ganderbal. Sources said the National Power Training Institute (NPTI) will More



  • South Asia

Education now compulsory for Pakistan children

Islamabad, Nov 14: Pakistan has made education free and compulsory for children aged between five and 16. Pakistan's National Assembly Tuesday unanimously passed the right to free and compulsory education More



  • World

Hu, Wen bow out; Xi to take over as new boss

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Beijing, Nov 14: Chinese President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao bowed out of the top leadership of the ruling Communist Party of China today after a 10-year stint in power, as the Party's key Congress More



  • Health

‘SCREEN CHILDREN TOO FOR DIABETES’

NOV 14 IS WORLD DIABETES DAY AND CHILDREN'S DAY

ANJALI OJHA

New Delhi, Nov 14: If you are under the impression that diabetes is an old man's disease, you are wrong. More and more children are falling prey to this lifestyle disease and doctors say it is best to More



  • Ganderbal

Maternity hospital Wayil sans medicare facilities

Patients suffer, authorities mute

Wayil (Ganderbal): Signifying messy state of affairs in Kashmir’s healthcare system, the mini- maternity hospital at Wayil here sans basis medicare facilities coupled with shortage of medicos and paramedics More



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