Browsing: OP-ED

OP-ED KL Artwork: Malik Yasir
Jockeying for Power

by Afreen Anjum Khan When the Home Minister Amit Shah made a historic declaration in the parliament on August 5,…

OP-ED
My Village, My Conflict

By Syed Suhail Yaqoob An eerie of silence breaks out. Calm as dead. Leaves simply refuse to move.Chirping of birds…

OP-ED
Remembering Abdul Gani Lone

By Mohammad Altaf Kumhar The founder of Peoples conference Abdul Ghani Lone was born in Dard Harr village of Kupwara…

OP-ED
Kashmir: The Children of Conflict

By Zahid Mushtaq In the contemporary world, human resource assumes greater importance than the economic and natural resources. A developed…

OP-ED
Modi’s Kashmir Policy?

By Sushil Aaron Kashmir has been on the boil since last July when security forces shot protesting civilians heading to…

OP-ED
RTI @ Eight: A Review

by Er Irfan Banka On March 20, 2017, the Jammu & Kashmir Right to Information Act 2009 completes its eighth…

OP-ED
Handle the Mess

Sajad-ul-Haq Lone Economic development and disparities it creates globally are the issues confronted by the policy makers. These issues are…

OP-ED
Parameters of Innocence

By Khalid Fayaz By In 1997, in our village in Islamabad, a Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander was martyred by BSF.…

OP-ED
Dear Madam Mufti!

Ms I S Qazi Madam Mehbooba Mufti, what gap you want to fill up between Jammu and Valley? What you…

OP-ED
Real Negotiations

Ghulam Nabi Fai The world powers haven’t voiced a syllable of reproach to India for its human rights violations in…

OP-ED
Kargil Kinematics

Anwar Hussain For any society to develop, the first and foremost prerequisite is a sound education system. The society in…

1 2 3 16