Indo-Pak war games

The relation between the two neighbours hover between love and hate. Is it due to deeply ingrained mistrust or part of the psychological games people play for sustaining their vested interests?


Eric Berne, the famous psychiatrist wrote in 1964 the bestselling book on human psychology, the Games People Play: The Psychology of Human Relationships. Since its publication the book has already sold five million copies. The first part of the book describes various social interactions through transactional More

Searching For A New Ally

Rahul tried to establish an emotional connect with the people, but fact remains it has a constituency confined to the urban areas

Arun Srivastava

With the anointment of Rahul Gandhi as the number two leader in the party, the Congress leadership made it abundantly clear that it has changed its priorities and support base. At the 3 day Chintan Shivir in Jaipur the leadership also made it clear that it was no more interested in performing the More

The looming threat

Red alert or advisory on a nuclear attack

Dr. Mirza Ashraf Beg

No doubt it is the responsibility of the governments to prepare their nations for invisible calamities yet the recent advisory by J&K civil defense and state disaster force is alarming at a time when our borders with Pakistan are tense and politicians on both sides are fuming (GK Wednesday 22 More

Peace be upon him

His was the message that revolutionized the world

Dr. Farooq Ahmad Peer

From the time of the Creation of this world, Allah has sent prophets to various lands to warn people and teach them lessons about humanity and moral values. According to the traditions Allah sent 1, 24,000 prophets, and a prophet was sent to almost every civilization in every part of the world. The More

  • Kashmir

Girl ends life,10 attempt suicide



Pulwama/Srinagar Jan 24: In a tragic incident, a girl committed suicide in south Kashmir’s Awantipora area, while 10 others made an abortive bid to end their lives after class 12th examinations results More

  • Srinagar City


‘Due to unislamic customs, extravagance, 30,000 girls await marriage’

Srinagar, Jan. 24: Expressing serious concern over growing immorality and extravagance in the society, Chairman Mutahida Majlis Ulma, Jammu and Kashmir, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday said over 30,000 More

  • Jammu

Court Turns Down DySP's Bail Plea



Ramban, Jan 24: Principal Sessions Judge Ramban M A Choudhary has rejected the bail plea of Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sonaullah Naik, facing trial for allegedly killing a local youth in custody More

  • South Asia

‘Pakistan wants to resolve all issues with India’


Islamabad, Jan 24: Amidst strain in bilateral ties arising out of ceasefire violations, Pakistan today said it wants to resolve all issues with India, including tensions along the  Line of Control More

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