Bloodshed. Who cares!

Repetition renders it ordinary, sameness dull


As if someone has been detained on the roadside and freed after a quick frisk that the chief minister of the state calls the act `unacceptable'. Only a fortnight back, the incident of shooting two boys in North Kashmir was described as `avoidable'. Small acts of inconvenience caused to public can More

Takeaways from the Chaophraya Track-2

If Kashmir and terrorism are no more the key drivers of Indo-Pak relations, what is it that is bothering the two sides?

Happymon Jacob

The recently concluded 12th round of the Chaophraya India-Pakistan track-two Dialogue (17 – 18 July 2013, Bangkok) was, to my mind, valuable and instructive for a number of reasons. Before I discuss what I found interesting about the latest round of the track-two, here’s a brief summary about the More

Our Religious Schooling

The earth has changed and my childhood has fled


Reminisces how so sweet, have their own poignancy. Many a time writing about my childhood, I feel like Shelly that I am writing, an ‘epitaph of the glory fled’. Believing, ‘the loveliest and the last, is dead’, I hear the cry inside me, ‘Rise, Memory, and write its praise- for now the Earth has changed More

The Ostrich Syndrome

There's such a thin line between journalism and propaganda

Kalpana Tikoo

I was pretty surprised to know that of all the people whom I met in Delhi today, just a day after the BSF shot dead unarmed civilians and injured many people protesting against the desecration of the Holy Quran in Gool area of Ramban Distrcit in Jammu, not even one was aware of the gross tragedy and More

A Colorful Solution Indeed!

“Whatever happened to these Red Indians, ultimately?”

Ajaz baba

 “Papa, do you know what a Red Indian is?” the Minister’s ‘darling’ son, a ‘late autumn product’ borne by his latest (third in the ‘legal’ category) young and beautiful wife, looked up from the book he was reading and asked his distinguished father. The Minister replied with an affectionate smile More

  • Kashmir

Langate remembers Tabinda Gani

‘Award death sentence to accused’

7th Death Anniversary


Kupwara, July 20: Hundreds of people paid rich tributes to teenage girl Tabinda Gani on her 7th death anniversary today. The victim was brutally raped and murdered at Langate Handwara on July 20, 2007 More

  • Srinagar City

Poor power pesters south City

PDD fails uninterrupted supplies, residents threaten roadside protests


Srinagar, July 20: Amid scorching heat in the ongoing summer, the Power Development Department (PDD) is resorting to frequent power cuts in the south City areas drawing severe criticism from the locals More

  • Jammu

JK Govt to monitor Midday Meals


Jammu, July 20: In the aftermath of death of many children after consumption of Midday Meal in Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir Education department is contemplating to constitute a team of experts to monitor More

  • Gkeducation&Career

Cracking Competitive Exams

Here’re some tips to crack competitive exams



Today's world is a world of competition.A student needs to prepare in advance and move on with a solid strategy and strong perseverance. Gone are the days when percentage mattered and was the only criteria More

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