The daughter of Kashmir

She is in pain, what are we all doing?

Binoo Joshi

 Rukya is Kashmir’s daughter.  She is  a victim  of acid attack  by some frenzied youth, who thought that throwing acid on an innocent woman would make him hero. He might have congratulated himself that he has taken his revenge  on  an unprotected woman.A far More

The legacy of Kashmir Accord

We can draw lessons from yesterday and hope for a better tomorrow

Dr.Mirza Ashraf Beg

Accords are the outcome of successful negotiations on disputes between nations, groups or individuals. The basis of such accords is the negotiated settlement of the dispute between the two parties.Kashmir dispute between India, Pakistan and the principles the people of J&K has taken different More

Heart to heart

There is something unique that binds Kashmiri Muslims and Kashmiri Pandits

Adarsh Ajit

Peak season of Kashmiri Pandit marriages is over. Almost no mehandiraat passed when there was no Kashmiri Muslim music group singing the whole night. Let’s recall something. Twenty-two years ago, there was acute hatred between Kashmiri Muslims and Kashmiri Pandits, whatever the reasons. In those days More

‘Be Wrong as Fast as You Can’

They say those who can't write, edit. Is that so?

Hugo Lindgren

For at least 25 years, I’ve been serial daydreaming.  Recording hundreds of ideas in a sequence of little notebooks that I have carried around and then stacked in a shoe box in my closet, a personal encyclopedia of undone to-do’s. Sometimes, when I’m searching for something in my closet and I More

  • Kashmir

PDD to outsource power distribution in JK

Move Aimed To ‘Arrest T&D Losses, Curb Power Theft’

MUKEET AKMALI

Srinagar, Jan 7: After failing to bring down Transmission and Distribution (T&D) losses in the State, the Power Development Department has decided to outsource distribution of electricity across Jammu More



  • Srinagar City

Drainage system breaks down at Bonpora Batamaloo

Inhabitants suffer, authorities in slumber

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Jan 7: Inhabitants of Bonpora Batamaloo here are facing immense inconvenience due to defunct drainage system and dilapidated roads.    The aggrieved inhabitants said the lanes More




  • Jammu

More deaths due to road mishaps than militancy in JK: DGP

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Jammu, Jan 7: Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed more deaths in traffic accidents than due to militancy in the last one decade, state Director General of Police (DGP) Ashok Prasad said Monday. “Traffic More



  • South Asia

Pak lodges protest with Indian HC

LOC FIRING

REZAUL H LASKAR\PTI

Islamabad, Jan 7: Pakistan today lodged a protest over what it described as an "unprovoked Indian attack" on one of its military posts along the Line of Control, a claim which the Indian Army has rejected More



  • World

China asks India-Pak to talk

AGENCIES

Beijing, Jan 7: China on Monday said it hopes India and Pakistan will hold talks and solve their differences in a calm and proper manner following a firing incident in Kashmir. As a neighbour and More



  • Baramulla

Baramulla demands traffic signals, dividers

‘OPEN COURT ROAD FOR VEHICULAR MOVEMENT’

Baramulla, Jan 7: Residents of this north Kashmir town have urged the authorities to install traffic signals and road dividers to curb the frequent traffic jams in the area. "The need of the hour More



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