Handwara case
This refers to the news item regarding the death of a child in the intervening night of 12-01-13 and 13-01-13, wherein it is alleged that death of a child occurred due to negligence and absence of doctors in District Hospital Handwara.The said child aged 5 years reported to casualty at 3:30 A More

Need more
The appreciable steps taken by police are expected to ensure smooth running of coaching centers. Separate classes for boys and girls and winding up coaching centers without registration are great moves but a lot more need be done. Aasif Khanknowaasif11 More

Health department
This refers to the news about fake appointment in all districts of Health Department made by the then CMOs and BMOs. Today they protest against Government. Patient will not suffer because NRHM employees are working very hard. It will not effect any hospital because most of these are non technical.

Police posts
This refers to the advertisement for the posts of prosecuting officers in police department. Such posts are advertised after a long time. We expect there must be some age relaxation which for equivalent professions is 35 years in open merit. Moreover it needs professional five or six years degree More

Cold kills
People in Delhi live on road sides because they are poor and cannot afford a house. They die of cold because they have no heating system. Does it happen in a country that aspires to be a super power. Haris Rashidharisteli.1@gmail.com More

Winter tale
This refers to the editorial "Winter's Tale"(GK 10th Jan). We should cooperate with PDD Department and should stop misusing of electricity so that we can get benefit of electricity in winter season also.Idrees Bukhtiyar idreesbukhtiyar@ymail.com More

  • Kashmir

Candidate applies as female, appears ‘male’

KU: ‘Sex-Change Case’ Figures In Written Test For JA’s


Srinagar, Jan 15: The recently held written test for appointment of Junior Assistants at the University of Kashmir has triggered a lot of suspense after a candidate applied as female but appeared as ‘male More

  • Srinagar City

IGP chairs security meet

‘Keep check on trouble mongers, devise proper traffic plan to shrines’


Srinagar, Jan 15: Inspector General of Police, Kashmir S M Sahai chaired a security meeting for ensuring smooth culmination of Eid-Milad-un-Nabi (SAW) and R-Day here.  On the occasion, the IGP directed More

  • Jammu

Army threatens to avenge killings

We Have Definite Plans To Retaliate: Gen Parnaik


Jammu, Jan 15: The Indian Army has a "definite plan" to avenge the killing of two soldiers by Pakistani troops, Lt Gen KT Parnaik declared on Tuesday. "We have definite plans to retaliate but not More

  • South Asia

Pak aims to develop smaller lighter nuclear warheads: Report


Washington, Jan 15: Expanding its nuclear arsenal at a rapid pace, Pakistan is now aiming to develop smaller and lighter atomic warheads more suitable for use on missiles, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist More

  • GK Features

‘Tell us,where is our son?’

Eight years after his disappearance, Shabir’s ailing parents live in misery



“We don’t want to talk about our son,” the ailing mother of Shabir Ahmad Dar,  who disappeared eight years ago, says at the door of their modest two-room home in Noorbagh, Qamarwari. “We’re tired More

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