Governor accepts resignations of two BJP leaders

Jammu, Apr 16: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra today accepted the resignations of two  BJP ministers, who had participated in a rally in Rassna and sought CBI inquiry in to the matter. According to the...

Lessons beyond The Textbook

Abraham Lincoln’s letter to his son’s teacher is a reminder of many things we forget to teach our kids, Suhail Ahmad writes Famous US president, Abraham Lincoln once wrote a letter to his son’s headmaster....

Line of Confrontation

Ceasefire in tatters as cross-border shelling damages houses displaces hundreds As hostilities between India and Pakistan along the LoC go up, Faisul Yaseen travels to Uri in the frontier district of Baramulla, meets the affected...

Institutional Decay

Rayess Masroor writes how JKPSC gives nightmares to applicants The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) is duty-bound to select the most capable and deserving persons for manning the civil services and other posts...

Licence to Kill

The much-hyped and infamous Armed Force Special Power Act (AFSPA) has once again regained its strength in Kashmir after the Supreme Court of India in its latest decision restrained the Jammu and Kashmir Police...

Study people around

In today’s world of intrigues, the need to understand people beyond their appearances, words and actions becomes all the more important, Suhail Ahmad illustrates as he dissects human psychology    “Many people spend time studying properties...

Mission impossible?

After the inefficient rolling out of Saffron Mission, is the revival of the world’s costliest spice in Kashmir a dream too distant, Ajaz Rashid tries to find out In 2013 then J&K agriculture minister, Ghulam...

Devolution and Abrogation

Against the British-way of Brexit, New Delhi has Inenter for JK, Faisul Yaseen writes Britain handled the experiment of nationalities within well while democratic movements in the United Kingdom led to autonomy and evolution of powers, said...

Collective shame

The news about the rape and murder of an ill-fated eight-year-old girl child, Asifa Bano sent shock waves among the people across Jammu Kashmir. Asifa, who hails from Kathua district, was allegedly abducted, raped...

Panchayat Polls: A sense of déjà vu in Kashmir

Will 2018 polls replicate the 2011 success? There is no easy answer, Ahmed Riyaz writes Despite the security situation deteriorating by the day, J&K government has announced the long-delayed Panchayat polls in February. This too...

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