GMC clarifies
This is with reference to the news report ‘Govt. curtails GMC funding’ published in Daily Greater Kashmir dated October 24, 2012. The title as well as the news report is far from truth as there has been no curtailment of funds so far as GMC, Srinagar and its associated hospitals are concerned. In More

Forest loot
This refers to the news, "TAJ seeks speaker’s intervention". The matter is being hushed up. It is now evident that minister is involved in forestland grab and the government seems helpless to check the forest loot. Trees are cut down in broad daylight and concerned authorities are watching it all More

Reservation policy
This refers to the article "Meritorious candidate fails". The article is an apt satire on the pathetic condition in which 'general category' people are finding themselves on account of the reservation policy prevalent in the country. One time reservation for socially and economically backward sections More

Gas shortage
September passed in chaos as the Central Government put cap on the issuance of subsidized LPG cylinders up to six a year. Although the cap was applicable to the whole country, the people of valley became the worst sufferers since winters are about to set in. Even a child can very well explain the complexities More

  • Kashmir

Families plead for justice: Seek CM’s intervention



Srinagar, Oct 25: Ahead of Eid-ul-Azha, families of two Kashmiri youth murdered in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Andhra Pradesh (AP), have appealed the Jammu and Kashmir Government to take up the matter with More

  • Srinagar City

Srinagar safe, secure: CM

‘Chattergam incident has nothing to do with militancy’


Srinagar, Oct 25: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday said that Srinagar was much “safe and secure” and Chattergam firing incident in which solider was killed and two others injured had nothing to do More

  • South Asia

APHC Pak chapter submits memorandum to UNMOGIP


Islamabad, Oct 25: The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (PaK chapter) on Thursday made a passionate appeal to the UN secretary General Ban Ki Moon to help resolve longstanding Kashmir dispute  Through More

  • World

56 dead in Myanmar violence

Yangon, Oct 25: Officails on Thursday said that 56 people were killed and almost 2,000 homes burned down in the latest outbreak of ethnic violence in western Myanmar. Rakhine state spokesman Win Myaing More

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