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Turmoil in Pakistan making of its own

Anil Anand

Pakistan in turmoil cannot escape India’s attention. Like the inseparable twins, developments in Pakistan, as always, have a direct bearing on India’s domestic affairs including the security aspect. The happenings on the LoC, the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers, and the present political turmoil More

Will they return?

I wish they do and I wish we take the issue seriously

Shafi Ahmad

I wish they return soon. I am still in contact with my Kashmiri Pandit friends residing in Jammu or Delhi area. My Pandit friends tell me that I have depicted their flight in early nineties in the right perspective in my book “The Half Widow”. The issue of their return has been in focus time and again More

Kashmir. Who cares!

Pakistan has failed to assert its stand on Kashmir

Ali Ashraf Khan

The hypocrisy of this government with regard to the Kashmir issue has been decried by Kashmiris and Pakistanis alike. On January 1, Pakistan took over the monthly rotating presidency of the UN Security Council and in this position, it is entitled to propose and prepare a list of vital issues for discussion More

  • Kashmir

JK’s unemployed youth dole out Rs 3 cr in 25 days

SSB Makes Fortune By Taxing Jobless Candidates; Aspirants Rue Non-Availability Of Forms



Srinagar, Jan 21: The Service Selection Board has earned at least Rs 3 crores by selling 1,53,000 forms to the unemployed youth of Jammu and Kashmir in the past 25 days. But despite charging the hefty More

  • Srinagar City

MoS Home hails police for maintaining law and order



Srinagar, Jan 21: Minister of State for Home, Sajad Ahmed Kichloo, visited two police stations in Shaher-e-Khaas and interacted with police officers and cops.     A police spokesman More

  • Jammu

BDC elections soon: Minister

Jammu, Jan 21: The Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats, Ali Muhammad Sagar Monday said that the government is committed to hold elections to the Block Development Councils (BDCs) as soon as possible More

  • South Asia

Indian organizations involved in all kinds of terrorism in Pak: Hafiz Saeed


Lahore, Jan 21: A day after Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde accused BJP and RSS of running terror camps and indulging in Hindu terror, LeT founder Hafiz Saeed said that Indian organisations were "involved More

  • World

More than 80 killed in Sahara siege

Algiers, Jan 21: The death toll from the terrorist siege at a natural gas plant in the Sahara has climbed past 80 as Algerian forces searching the refinery for explosives found dozens more bodies, many More

  • GKeducation&Careers

Understanding value based education

Let’s encourage students to question the conventional wisdom and discover the meaning of personal and civic values



Everyone here in Kashmir would agree that our schools should nurture good values and attitudes in students. This general concern has influenced the school curriculum. The student, as a result, often receives More

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