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World Disability Day!

Saima Bhat United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) is celebrated on December 3 to promote awareness and…

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Kindly Introspect!

Syed Asma While researching the pathetic report on the brides who were burnt (published last week), I came across many…

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Pack(ag)ed Punch

Shams Irfan Finally the suspense is over. Thanks to Modi, Kashmir is richer by 80 thousand crores. Hours before Modi…

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Think Before Spitting!

Saima Bhat Around 95 percent of the world’s population has health prob-lems with over a third of them having more…

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Lynch Mentality

Shakir Mir Last week the issue of tolerance in India grabbed spotlight once again after two members of lesser known…

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Blocked Sanity

Shams Irfan Once again Kashmiri truck drivers were attacked by right-wing Hindus. This time it happened in Udhampur. But this…

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Humble Meters

The state government issued ‘strict’ instructions for installation and calibration of fare meters in all auto-rickshaws across the state in…

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Education Pays

by Syed Asma A new school has come up in the vicinity of the University of Kashmir. Having more than…

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‘The Dirty Secret’

Bilal Handoo Emergence of 20,000 graves within four years after masses mobilised must have haunted Kashmir. It still does, even…

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Picture Panic

Shakir Mir Earlier this week social media exploded with outrage over pictures of mangled bodies of three young men lying…

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Thanks Delhi

Shams Irfan The wait is not over yet. We might have come out almost unscathed out of the flood waters…

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Sleeping Threat

Shakir Mir For first time since last year’s floods, water level in river Jhelum this week touched an all-time low…

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Back to Basin

Shams Irfan One of the most haunting images from September 7, 2014 floods was of new mothers carrying their just…

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Uprooting Innocence

Saima Bhat One doesn’t need to be a psychologist to read their innocent eyes and gloomy faces. The pain of…

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Through Blurred Glasses

In the 1990s the most common window through which Kashmir and its politics was looked at by people in India…

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