Futile shutdowns
Kashmiris have been exercising shutdowns as a main weapon to compel New Delhi to settle down the problem. But now it seems that shutdowns are adversely affecting the livelihood of common masses. This method has failed to convince India. It's rather proving counter-productive. Iqbal Mir

Blame game
         This refers to political tussle between NC and PDP in the ongoing budget session of state legislature. Both these parties are enacting political drama over sensitive issues especially Afzal Gurur's execution. They are playing dirty politics over blood More

Oppressed women
This refers to the article by Hameeda Nayeem (GK 10th March). She has treated the subject fairly well. Where women are raped and an old woman is killed by pepper grenade even on women's day, what more can we expect from such a system. Imran Khan Kanjiullar ShopianMore

Utterly disappointing
This refers Tanvir Sadiq's article in response to Seema Mustafa. Seema is right in saying that Omar Abdullah should have apologized again and again when one hundred and twenty people got killed one after another after the forces had gone berserk in 2010.  Youth had pinned a hope in Omar Abdullah More

Geelani caged
This refers to strict restrictions on the movement of octogenarian leader Mr. Syed Ali Shah Geelani. Nobody is being allowed to meet him. India is claiming to be the largest democracy in the world. What is this?Ishfaq Parwaz ishfaqparwaz@gmail.com More

All failures
This refers to the article 'In response to Seema Mustafa'. I could not understand what the author tried to put across. Except a few jargons and face-saving activity there was nothing in it. Either he is ignorant about the ground reality or believes too much in theory. Targeting anyone for speaking More

Harassing Kashmiris
It's agonizing to hear Kashmiri students being harassed and ruthlessly beaten in different parts of India. The recent such incident at Swami Devi Dayal College of Engineering in Haryana is quite shocking and deplorable Gulzar Magray.Chaduramagraygm More

  • Kashmir

Afzal body: Separatists slam Shinde’s remarks

Hurriyat (M) Forms Legal Cell To Challenge Detention Of Leaders, Youth


Srinagar, Mar 12: Both factions of Hurriyat Conference Tuesday slammed Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde for refusing to return the body of Afzal Guru to his family. While the Hurriyat led by Syed Ali Geelani More

  • Srinagar City


‘Shops to reopen on Thursday’


Srinagar, Mar 12: Old City, the Shaher-e-Khaas observed a complete shutdown for the second consecutive day Tuesday as shops remained closed and peaceful demonstrations were staged against the detention More

  • Jammu

Jobs after retirement in JK Govt

127 Officers Re-Employed, Re-Engaged In 3 Years


Jammu, Mar 12: Despite having more than 6 lakh unemployed youth, the Jammu and Kashmir government has re-employed around 127 officials in various departments and Public Sector Undertakings during the last More

  • GKeducation&career

Of Conflict,Curfews and Curbed education

When the music of rhymes is replaced by the sound of gunfire



Come late toddlerhood and schooling begins. It’s a bitter truth of those tender years when a child needs a mother more than anything else. Sometimes it feels to be unfair to those little souls whose smiles More

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