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Caught in delay

Caught in delay

To make Ladakh region connected with the rest of the world is still a pipe dream as the government is going to go for re-tendering process as one of the contractors has already left the Zojila tunnel construction. This has happened many times in the past, as the Central Govenrment has not been keen to […]

OIC in focus

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OIC in focus

OIC has been in news in the recent past especially in the backdrop of their special invitation to foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj for the annual meeting in Abu Dhabi on March 1, 2019. BJP government has come under attack from Congress and other opposition parties for accepting the invite as special observer. Now OIC has […]

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Matter of concern

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Hundreds of students after being intimidated and thrashed in different professional colleges have returned back to Kashmir Valley. Most of them are uncertain about their return to these colleges while as crores of rupees have been given as fee by their parents. This is the irony of the situation that despite giving such huge amounts […]

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More details

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With each passing day, the showdown between political parties, civil society and bank employees is on focus as the State Administration has failed to reassure the J&K Bank employees and the people of Kashmir that they have no intensions to take over the bank. The governor’s administration said that as a government company, the J&K […]

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Matter of concern

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Matter of concern

The recent revelation by State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has shown that Governor’s administration has to answer lot of questions about the health of all the central-sponsored schemes especially in the Social Welfare Sector. Recently, State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) Chairperson, Justice Bilal Ahmad Nazki revealed that about five lakh applications of widows, physically challenged […]

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Valley of tragedies

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Valley of tragedies

The pellet injury in the eye of 20-month-old baby from Batagund Shopian speaks volumes about the prevailing situation in Kashmir Valley and the excessive use of force while trying to control the protests. By no means can either government or the police and security forces justify such use of force while dealing with protests in […]

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Doval doctrine on Kashmir

Central Government and the State Governor have started taking lot of steps to enhance the possibility of normalcy and peace, by trying to provide opportunities and justice to the youth of Valley. At the same time the Central Government is trying to shrink the support of Hurriyat and militants in entire Kashmir in order to […]

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BJP claims

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BJP claims

In the recent past Central and State BJP leaders have claiming that they have made lot of inroads in Kashmir Valley. They have also criticized National Conference and PDP for boycotting the Civic and Panchayat elections. BJP General Secretary  and Kashmir in-charge Ram Madhav during his latest visit to J&K State has asked the party […]

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Copying menace

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Copying menace

Copying menace is more in Jammu region than in Kashmir Valley, feel the parents of the students. They have aired their concerns many times in the past, but the successive governments decided to ignore their complaints. Valley based parents have been complaining that while copying in Kashmir was being magnified by media and authorities, while […]

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Election challenge

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Election challenge

As all the regional parties who have powerful base in Kashmir Valley have decided to boycott the coming Urban Body and Panchayat polls, it is becoming a visible challenge for the administration to hold these polls in absence of these parties. Both National Conference and PDP have linked these polls with the fate of special […]

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