‘Mainstream’ complicity

A mere condemnation does not absolve you of all your responsibilities

Hassan Zainagairi

 Two more students in their full bloom were snuffed out. Another scarlet leaf was added to the gory pages of history of J&K. Again some old rhetoric to cool fraying tempers. Same deceptive tactics and concoctions to shield the killers.  For how long can our youths be snatched away More

Night Flight

The more the cost is passed on, the higher it becomes – but pay someone must

Shantiveer Kaul

Certain things have an afterlife. And certain a life after. It is in the latter category that leaves or flower petals pressed in the pages of books and certain books themselves fall. In early seventies of the century gone by when Sartre and Camus had already been deconstructed, in a manner of speaking More

Integration by `tunnelling'!

Why forget the emotional and spiritual integration of the people. Win their hearts and minds


Sonia Gandhi and the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh recently inaugurated India’s longest railway tunnel connecting Bannihal with Qazigund. It was termed as an important step in integrating Kashmir with the rest of India. It has been given out that a rail link between the Indian mainland and the Kashmir More

The Legacy of Guruji

Guru Hargobind Sahib spread the message of love for humanity

Dr. Kirat Singh Inqalabi

Sikhism, founded by Guru Nanak (1469 - 1539) is the youngest and living faith. It enables humanity at large to acquire divine wisdom, develop inner strength and alignment in order that we can hopefully walk on the righteous path to achieve union with God in our life time. This is precisely what Sri More

  • Kashmir

JK not releasing funds share under NRHM: Union Ministry

‘We Are Forced To Withhold Central Assistance’


Srinagar, July 4: The Jammu and Kashmir government’s failure to release its share for funds under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) has forced the Union Health Ministry to withhold funding under More

  • Srinagar City


CEO directs ‘erring lot’ to ensure drinking water, washroom facilities


Srinagar, July 4: Taking serious note of public complaints that some leading private schools in the City were taking them for the ride, the Directorate of School Education Kashmir has directed the erring More

  • Jammu

BSF repatriates youth to Pak

Jammu, July 4: A Pakistani youth has been repatriated to his country, BSF officials said here Thursday. Muhmmad Asif was handed over to the Pakistani Rangers at Flag Meeting by the Border Security More

  • South Asia

Pakistan ends moratorium on executions


Islamabad, July 4: Pakistan’s new government has ended a moratorium on executions, an official said on Thursday as Amnesty International raised concerns about a “shocking and retrograde step”. Under More

  • World

Sharif meets Chinese President

Seeks investment to revive economy


Beijing, July 4: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today met Chinese President Xi Jinping and sought assistance in energy, transport and infrastructure projects, hoping that China will stand by its More

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