Browsing: OP-ED

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Dejavu

Mohammed Ahseem The debate over AFSPA seems to have lost its heat, however the acts of killing innocent Kashmiris are…

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Missing Narratives

Arshid Malik A lot has been written and reported about Kashmir in the past couple of decades ranging from thesis…

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Baby’s Health Out!

Bashir Mir The healthcare scenario in Kashmir does not exude much confidence either in the patients or the medical fraternity…

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Professional Switches

By: S Rehman Kashmiri society has always been myopic when it comes to choosing careers. Never have the wishes and…

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The Compact-A wobbly exercise

by Shujaat Bukhari The much-awaited report by Government of India (GoI) appointed interlocutors has raised more suspicion about New Delhi’s…

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Corrupted governance

Showkat Ahmad Corruption and red-tape are the biggest hurdles to the development of various states in India, especially J&K, where…

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Flag politics

Umair HaqaniIn the run up to the republic day, Kashmir is usually tense with manifold increase in security forces’ deployment.…

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Sleeping over cloud bursts

Umair AhmadOver the last two decades the weather in Kashmir has been behaving, to put it bluntly, erratically as far…

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Policing The Teachers

Ahmad Riyaz
In the past three weeks, state government has booked two teachers for allegedly breaching the academic norms in setting two examination papers. One, a Gandhi College lecturer Noor Mohammad Bhat was arrested for drawing up an anti-establishment paper.

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Social implications of Curfew Days

Dr. Bashir A DablaA famous contemporary sociologist observed that human society was characterized by two parallel but inter-acting phenomena of…

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Challenges Ahead

Javeed AhmadKashmir is a long-pending dispute – the assertion found its way into President Obama’s recent public pronouncements in New…

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