Kashmir,the invisible sufferer

Kashmir bears the brunt every time there is an Indo-Pak border flare-up

Abid Bashir

The recent skirmishes at the Line of Control may have forced the two nuclear powers to calm down and stick to the cease-fire agreement, but Kashmir has already received a big jolt. History bears testimony to the fact that developments in Pakistan and India have directly affected Kashmir, which continues More

Widowed twice,Sharifa clings on to hope

Killings of two breadwinners has forced this Kupwara woman to live a life of penury

Rohail Afzal

For 45-year-old Sharifa Begum, who is living a life of penury in Lone Harie, Kupwara, 125 kms north of Srinagar, life has been cruel and full of sorrows. Holding close her nine-year-old son, Faisal, she narrates the hardships she faced in her life, especially after the death of her first husband. < More

  • Kashmir

JK Govt ‘forgets’ PaK returnees

Children Denied Admission In Schools; Families Suffer For Want Of Basic Amenities

SHAM REHABILITATION POLICY?

AAQIB ASHRAF

Srinagar, Feb 3: The much-hyped Rehabilitation Policy is proving to be a damp squib with more than 200 ex-militants along with their families, who have returned back to Kashmir via Nepal, facing immense More



  • Srinagar City

Historic Eidgah ground faces official vandalization

UEED STARTS DRAIN CONSTRUCTION THROUGH IT TO CARRY SEWAGE OF ADJOINING AREAS

ARIF SHAFI WANI

Srinagar, Feb 3: Historic Eidgah ground is facing vandalisation as the State Government has started construction of a drain through it for carrying sewage of adjoining areas.    For past More




  • Jammu

3% reservation in govt jobs does no good to differently-abled persons

Recruiting Agencies Prefer Partially Handicapped Under Grab Of SRO 62

ABHINAV VERMA

Jammu, Feb 3:  Notwithstanding the existing provision of three percent reservation for them, majority of differently-abled persons in Jammu and Kashmir are being denied government jobs in the State More



  • World

TTP to hold talks with govt if 3 politicians act as guarantors

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Islamabad, Feb 3: Asserting that it has no confidence in the army, the banned Pakistani Taliban today said it would hold talks with the government if three top politicians, including PML-N chief Nawaz More



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