When CM Cries

Tears will be forgotten, picture of helplessness will linger on

RIYAZ AHMAD

When Chief Minister Omar Abdullah broke down through his speech in Legislative Assembly on March 5, it was not the first time we were witness to such a spectacle from our young CM. In past, Omar has delivered many an impassioned address which have won him admirers not only in Kashmir but across India More

The question of curiosity

Is Rahul Gandhi really out of PM race?

Anil Anand

The General Elections are still at a distance and from all available indications there seems only a remote possibility of preponing the ‘Mahayagna’ of the world’s biggest democracy. Yet, the scene is ripe with discussions, more of speculative nature, on the possibility of the Prime Ministerial candidates More

Autocracy revisited

Gulab progeny wages Battle Royal

Dr. Javid Iqbal

The preceding week witnessed high drama in JK legislature. First it was Omar Abdullah expressing helplessness in the face of AFSPA protected security forces running amuck while handling situations that could be handled by calmer approach. And the prevalent political scenario was considered suitable More

Intellectual who?

Naseem Ahmad Sofi

I recall the time when I understood  intellectuals as a professional class  whouse their education simply to make a good living and earn a respectable status within the framework of a society they fall in. But it just turned out to be a wishful thinking - wishful because during the journey More

  • Kashmir

Afzal body: Separatists slam Shinde’s remarks

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

ABID BASHIR

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

DAY 2: SHAHER-E-KHAAS SHUTS AGAINST DETENTION OF YOUTH

‘Shops to reopen on Thursday’

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

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

GK NEWS NETWORK

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

CONFLICT GENERATION

RABIA NOOR

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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