Editorial

Benefits for violence affected families

Providing benefits to those people who were affected by the violence in the past three decades in the state is an appreciable step of government in the J&K state. This is the first when any successive government of the state thinks for those persons who were affected in the violence in the state and planned

Tracing History Of Black Money: Past And Present

Anirban Ganguly Amit Shah’s point that the BJP has been fighting against black money since the days of the Jana Sangh has put many in the spot, especially the Congress, which allowed this practice and habit to grow During a media tête-a-tête last week, BJP president Amit Shah publicly spoke of the need to eradicate

Hurriyat playing another game

Hurriyat leaders are all set to play another innings in the Kashmir valley to resume their unwanted struggle against the government and this time they targeted Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for her schemes and development across the state.This is not the first time when hurriyat leaders are targeting the sucessive governments in the valley but

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When Vajpayee said that Hindu nation is asleep

Ankit Bhat Indian political leader, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today immaculate 92nd birthday. Vajpayee, who tied his speeches to the crowd are now silenced. Great political knock, isolated in 2009 from a stroke after falling now they are recuperating. BJP from zero up to a peak, and the former prime minister Atal Bihari

Tourist sector hoping best in business in valley

The tourism industry in the Kashmir valley is still hoping for the best in coming days during winter break. Already this industry suffered a huge loss in its sector during the unrest that started after the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani on July 8 at a time when the arrivals of tourists were peaking.

Patients suffers due to snowfall

Kashmir valley boils on WPRs issue

After boiling Kashmir valley for more than five months after the death of Hizbul Commander Burhan Wani, the separatists once again get the chance to maintain to boil the valley’s pot on the name of granting the citizenship rights to West Pakistan Refugees (WPRs). As on Friday (lastday), MLA Langate, Er Rashid, who is infamous

The makeover of the RSS

Badri Narayan The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has always been subject to scrutiny in Indian political discourse, but not enough effort has been made to understand it intellectually. While Walter Andersen and Shridhar Damle’s The Brotherhood in Saffron, published in the 1980s, and Des Raj Goyal’s Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (1979) are two notable attempts, much

Patients suffers due to snowfall

Locals help militants in Valley

Three militants of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) fled from cordon in Hajan area of Bandipora district last day after getting support from locals who pelted stones at security forces is a matter of concern. Authorities should act strongly in this regard and direct security forces to act strongly with locals while dealing with militants groups and punish

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