Mere scapegoats
This refers to the condemnable act of killing sarpanches in Kashmir. These poor fellows are being exploited by the experienced politicians. They have been made scapegoats. Our chief minister boasts of bringing back democracy at grassroots level. But who is paying the cost. I don’t think sarpanches understand More

Harming students
This refers to the ongoing issue of tuition. Why government takes such critical steps at the time when the education processes are in full swing. It wastes precious time of students. Interfering with coaching centres will only harm the prospects of students who benefit from them. Sayar Ahmad More

Destination Pakistan
This refers to news wherein legislators seek permission from CM to visit Pakistan. Common man fails to understand for what purpose separatists, legislators etc visit Pakistan. Is Pakistan now a new  tourist destination? Bashir A Mir Humchipora  Khag More

Government jobs
This refers to the article 80,000 more government jobs. How? Junaid Azim Mattu nicely revealed the truth about the states current economic position and the fiscal deficits state has faced and is facing right now. The said article is an eye opener for any responsible citizen of the state.Raina More

Harassing Kashmiris
This refers to the process of starting a verification by Army in various parts of Kashmir like Baramulla, Kupwara, Budgam and some parts of Srinagar districts. That is a new way to harass Kashmiris. It's just not acceptable. Tasaduq HussainMCA Sv group ofMore

Coaching policy
Recent crackdown on coaching centres by the state administration is a good move and owners should adhere to rules and regulations set by the government in terms of infrastructure, student teacher ratio,  separate toilet facilities for boys and girls. Is government providing the same facilities More

Vanishing Value
This refers to the heinous crime of an acid attack on 30 year old school teacher from srinagar. This  tragedy is a wake-up call for all of us. What has happened to our value system? Shahid Ahmad BhatStudent, Wathora. More

  • Kashmir

JKLF prog: 55 persons court arrest on concluding day

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 13: The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front’s ‘Jail Bharo Programme’ concluded here on Sunday. About 50 persons—including Front leaders, relatives of incarcerated Kashmiris and relatives of More



  • Srinagar City

Premature babies to get free therapy at GB Pant Hospital

Srinagar, Jan 13: Valley’s lone pediatric specialty, G.B. Pant Hospital has started free surfactant replacement therapy for newborn babies suffering with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS).  Officials More




  • Jammu

Avail benefit from govt schemes: Dy CM to people

Jammu, Jan 13: Calling upon people to avail maximum assistance from different schemes launched by the government, Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand said that various central and state funded initiatives More



  • South Asia

LoC skirmishes: Civil society voices concern

Urges India, Pakistan To Strengthen Peace Process

NISAR AHMED THOKAR

Islamabad, Jan 13: Voicing its concern over the recent skirmishes between Indian and Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, civil society representatives here Sunday said More



  • World

Mubarak, sons to be retried over killing of protesters

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Cairo, Jan 13: An Egyptian court today accepted former president Hosni Mubarak's appeal against his life sentence and ordered his retrial and that of his sons over the killing of hundreds of pro-democracy More



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