Frozen mindset

The leadership must break the shell and move on

Binoo Joshi

Kashmiri leaders  are extremely fond of using the term of  “making Kashmiris partners of Kashmir  solution.” Who  are these Kashmiris- not Abdul Rehman of Lolab or   Ghulam Qadir of Kulgam. These are the names of  ordinary Kashmiris, who want as much good life for More

Kejriwal’s fight

Is it a crusade against corruption or a short-cut to power

Anil Anand

 Why do the cases of political corruption come out of the closets on election eve? Is that a reflection of the lack of agenda which the political parties have or the very word corruption has become an easy tool to attract voters imagination?      The India Against More

Of Kashmiriyat

It is a questionable assertion

Dr. Javid Iqbal

Marked assertion of Kashmiriyat hiked with Sheikh Abdullah coming on scene in 1931. The concept was dear to him. However in recent times, its assertion time and again from quarters not acquainted with religious leanings and cultural moorings of Kashmir have made it questionable. Its protagonists might More

If winter comes

Of winter blues and common man’s problems

Jamsheed Rasool

 This October in Kashmir was supposed to be a pleasant time wherein the peasants would reap the harvest, Chinars would shed the golden leaves and the weather would be warm. The only thing which struck with surprise was the stance of our Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on the Panchayat Raj Act Amendments More

  • Kashmir

Tulail: Expectant mother loses life as doctors go ‘missing’


Srinagar, Oct 29: In a shocking incident of its kind, an expectant mother has lost her life in north Kashmir’s Tulail block in Gurez on past Sunday allegedly due to the absence of doctors at the Primary More

  • Srinagar City

Afghan troupes strike City

Kabul based music group performs at Radio Kashmir Srinagar


Srinagar, Oct 29: It were Afghans ruling the Radio Kashmir Srinagar auditorium Monday afternoon as a world famed Sufi music group from the neighboring country performed at the show amid applauds from audience More

  • Jammu

First convoy reaches Jammu amid tight security



Jammu, Oct 29: After closure of Durbar Move offices in the summer capital, the first convoy of around 200 vehicles, mostly carrying government records, reached Jammu amid tight security on Monday evening More

  • World

Bosnian walks over 5,500 km on pilgrimage to Makkah

Sarajevo: Bosnian Muslim Senad Hadzic's spiritual journey to perform the Hajj took him 10 months as walked 5,650 km before reaching Makkah in Saudi Arabia, Bosnian media reported. “There was not a More

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