Remembering teachers
This refers to ZGM's nostalgia of morning assembly in which author highlights the role played by the teachers of yore in imparting moral education. The writeup reveals the past educational activities especially at the morning assembly in which moral lectures were delivered in a nice manner  Modern More

Toll free
This refers to recently launched Toll-free number of power department. When calling on 18001807666 our complaint is registered, but not solved but when we are asking them about our complaint after a period of time, there reply is that our work is only to transfer your call and not to solve your problem More

Wonderful read
It is always interesting to read Salt n Pepper column on Sunday. The latest 'ISI mark' article in a funny way demonstrates the plight of Kashmiris outside the state. Most of the Indian people look upon Kashmiris as terrorists.Aamir Ayoub aamir815@gmail More

Dog danger
There seems to be no release from the overpopulated dogs in Srinagar city. We can't send our children even to our neighbor's house alone because of the risk. Even we are afraid to venture out in the dark hours. What's wrong with our so called intellectuals. They say they can't harm dogs. But it's More

Not justified
We the residents of Jawahar Nagar area are disturbed at the frequent power cuts in this area of Srinagar city. This area was among the very first areas to be metered under the false promises of 24 hour electricity which was not effected even for a single day ever. Everyday there are at least 10-15 power More

ReT wronged
Last year it was announced that pay of ReTs will be enhanced from Rs 1500 to 3000. But about one year passed it remained unimplemented. The poor Rehbar-e-Taleem teachers suffer badly. Mudasir NazirKangan Gandarbalrathermudasir11@gmail.comMore

Shocking incident
Hassan Zainagairi (Parraypora shock, Friday, January 11) has candidly summed up the essential points of the moral debate. Time and again, women are facing hardships in this part of the world. This incident clearly reflects our collective sense of prejudice against women in Kashmir. I agree with the author More

Pak visit
This refers to the article by Hashim Querashi about Pakistan visit taken by Hurriyat M (GK. 11 Jan 2013). He has asked very serious questions which should have been raised before the visit. Aadil Habib Bhat More

Killing soldiers
This refers to the news about the killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistan forces. These things can prove to be detrimental to the peaceful dialogue process.Raashid Lateef Dar More

  • Kashmir

Zalpora youth loses life ‘at the hands of Sarpanch’

Villagers Accuse Panchayat Head Of Beating 22-Year-Old Boy To Death


Zalpora (Sumbal), Jan 16: A day after a 22-year-old youth from Zalpora was found dead near Sultanpora village on the outskirts of Sumbal tehsil in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, the villagers Wednesday More

  • Srinagar City


Srinagar, Jan 16: The annual urs of Hazrat Khwaja Naqshband Sahib (RA)  was observed with fervor and reverence across Kashmir today. The largest congregation was held at the shrine of Khanqah More

  • Jammu

Glaring disparity in rental charges

Govt accommodation

Legislators Pay 10 Times Less Than State Employees


Jammu, Jan 16: Reflecting how politicians are availing huge concessions at the expense of public money, the state government is charging ten times less rent from the legislators than the employees for More

  • South Asia

‘Pak general elections by May 15’


Islamabad, Jan 16: Amidst protests by cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri for the dissolution of Parliament, the Pakistan government today said it is determined to complete its five-year term and to hold the polls by More

  • Pattan/Hajin

Hajin remains overcast with dust


Hajin (Sonawari), Jan 16: Sand is a ‘big problem’ in this north Kashmir town. Everyday when hundreds of vehicles zoom around carrying the substance extracted from the river Jhelum, clouds of dust hover More

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