Prem, Qadir- Exemplary Bond of Friendship

Prem, Qadir- Exemplary Bond of Friendship

Nazima Parray I was waiting for you Prem, where have you been. Oh you thought today you will complete your poem without reading it to me. How is that possible Qadir, you have always been my inspiration if I am...
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Place of women in this patriarchal society

Place of women in this patriarchal society

By Beenish parray   Women, who are embodiment of ‘frailty’ and patience, can be seen in the shape of a mother, a sister, a daughter and a wife or a better-half that is she has to play different roles at...
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Why Cricket stopped interesting me

Why Cricket stopped interesting me

Arshie Qureshi With the entire cricket buzz around, it never happened to be the sort of thing that attracted my attention. Odd? Yes of course. Very rare for any Kashmiri. We all have close memories associated with cricket here in...
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A story of my village {check-Kanispora Baramulla} which has rented school

Rameez Bhat In our mother tongue Village is commonly known as “GHAAM”. Village is euphorically an amazing place where a stressful soul can relish the beauty of nature. The village life is full of ravishing beauty because of various things...
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Enemy at the Gates

Enemy at the Gates

Farzana Mumtaz   Gurdaspur, Udhampur attacks imply battlefield shift. The recent attacks in Gurdaspur and Udhampur hint at a new turn in Kashmir militancy as the enemy of troops is changing the battlefield. Farzana Mumtaz reports. The twin attacks carried...
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Revamping Public Education System

Recently, the Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar stated that all the ReTs, regularised or otherwise, have to appear for screening test as directed by J&K High Court to verify their degrees. All this was followed by strong protests, strike  from...
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