Callous rulers, leaderless masses!

In short a double tragedy for Kashmiris

M ASHRAF

The “Maharajas” of Kashmir are now on their way with the traditional feudal “Durbar” to enjoy the salubrious climate of Jammu during winter, leaving their wretched subjects to the vagaries of Nature! There is a total disconnect between the daily sufferings of the poor masses and their callous rulers More

What ails J&K Economy

Do We Lack Resources, Big Investments or Sound Policies?

Imtiyaz ul Haq

This write up is the outcome of recently held interactive session at the University of Kashmir between the big Indian business tycoons and the students of Kashmir University. The event was organised with the expectation that these industrialists can provide employment opportunities by way of placement More

Lecturers or labourers

For God's sake remove this contractualism. It has ruined us

Mehraj Din

The wellbeing of a society depends on our educated its people are. Education builds up capacity. It inculcates everlasting values like respect, honor, integrity, justice, goodness and kindness in humans. Now the question arises in the context of our state that whether students and teachers are seen More

Of doctors and quacks

Both the kidneys are normal!

Naseer Ahmad

From politics to society, roads to corruption, Omar Abdullah to Mufti Sayeed, discussion at a marriage party switched to doctors. And it continued. Everyone had a tale to tell.A young man said that his father-in-law had only one kidney. Few years ago, he said, one of his kidneys was removed. Now More

  • Kashmir

Families plead for justice: Seek CM’s intervention

MURDER OF TWO KASHMIRI YOUTH IN UP, AP

IMRAN MUZAFFAR

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’

SHABIR IBN YOUSUF

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

NISAR AHMED THOKAR

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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