In the Court of Memory

Though severely disallowing emotion to come in the way, the Jammu Massacre grills us to the core

Mehmood ur Rashid

WITH a note of excuse to the Italian thinker, Giorgio Agamben, we shuffle the ends of his conceptual term. Agamben speaks of Living Dead, that in Kashmiri we all are. But here we talk of Dead Alive that God knows how many of us have become. Among those who were done to Death, and thus became eternally More

LPG Cylinders or Oxygen Cylinders?

I think Kashmiris need the latter first than the former


AS portrayed by some media channels, the LPG has apparently displaced the cry for “Azadi” notwithstanding the fact that a Kashmiri never reveals his true feelings except when things go beyond his proverbial patience and resilience. He is capable of keeping “Azadi” on the side till he sorts out other More

His message was universal

Iqbal’s Concept of Universalism is as relevant as ever

Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad Ganai

Iqbal’s thought represents all universal attributes of Islam practiced by the Muslims in the hey days of Islam. He urged the Muslims to develop those universal qualities which characterize the pristine glory of Islam. So his message is totally universal and his outlook is unlimited. He rose above More

All about ecology

Let’s protect our ecologically fragile area

Tahir Muzter

The rightwing Hindu parties are politicizing Amarnath Yatra again as was done during the Amarnath land row of 2008. According to a recent news report Hindu bodies interpret Kashmir’s opposition   to the construction of    road to Amarnath as   opposition to giving More

  • Kashmir

‘If you kill A, you cannot brand him as B’

High Court Reserves Judgment After Hearing Final Arguments



Srinagar, Nov 7: The J&K High Court Wednesday reserved judgment on a petition seeking directions for reinvestigation into Janglat Mandi “fake” encounter case allegedly involving Army Chief Bikram Singh More

  • Srinagar City

Tippers mow down Traffic police claims


Srinagar, Nov 7: Despite severe public outcry, and violation of High Court orders, the tippers not only continue to ply during daytime in the City but are yet to bear proper number plates, particularly More

  • Jammu

Diabetes, central obesity on rise among JK youth: Experts


Jammu, Nov 7: The prevalence of diabetes mellitus type-2 is on rise among the younger generation and teens in Jammu and Kashmir while 65 percent of men and women have problem of central obesity (bulged More

  • South Asia

‘Remain vigilant while issuing statements on Kashmir’


Islamabad, Nov 7: The chairman of Pakistan’s parliamentary committee on Kashmir Moulana Fazl-ur-Rehman has cautioned the political leaders and other state institutions to remain vigilant while issuing More

  • World

Obama re-elected US president


Washington, Nov 7: Barack Obama Wednesday clinched a resounding victory over Republican challenger Mitt Romney to earn a second term as US President braving economic woes and straightaway promised bi-partisan More

  • Kupwara

6 yrs on, Balhama water filtration plant yet to be commissioned

Kupwara: Despite passing of nearly six years after a water filtration plant was constructed at Balhama here the Public Health Engineering (PHE) department has failed to make it functional.  The inordinate More

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