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Scars Remain

Tasavur Mushtaq Group affiliations, rivalries and controversies are part of student life. It is true for all students whether they…

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Education, Not Politics

Abdul Aziz Wani With J&K possessing unfortunate distinction of two capital cities, the insane losses incurred…

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JNU Aftermaths

Mir Liyaqat The cultural programme at JNU to mark the death anniversary of Afzal Garu and Maqbool Bhat has snowballed…

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Trust Deficit?

Masood Hussain Since Mufti Sayeed breathed his last in AIIMS, the suspense show is on for around two months. With…

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Free Universe

Muhammad Tahir “The devil came here yesterday, and it smells of sulphur still today, this table that I am now…

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Power Hungry!

Abdul Aziz Wani When Mufti Sayeed breathed his last, general public as well as political pundits had expected that Mehbooba…

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Disciplined Lot

Nazir Ahmad Nazir The word discipline seems missing from our dictionary. We sermonize and preach, but in our private life…

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Remembrance is Resistance

Mehraj Din Resistance acts as a lynchpin in understanding the struggle of human existence and liberating it from its radicalized…

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Nothing Small About It

Tanveer Ul Haq In the month of July this newspaper published my article on the importance and need of entrepreneurship…

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Changing Variables

Khursheed Wani The 2002 assembly elections introduced coalition culture in Jammu and Kashmir’s pro-India polity. The Congress emerged as first…

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