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The amazing story of this 38-year-old Indian author who suffers from VHL, a rare disease

The amazing story of this 38-year-old Indian author who suffers from VHL, a rare disease

Kabir Singh Bhandari Writer Payel tells us about the various difficulties she has faced in her life due to VHL, being asked to vacate her home on her birthday and how she wants to make people aware of this rare condition. Delhi based Payel Bhattacharya suffers from von Hippel-Lindau or VHL, which is characterised by […]

Kashmir : “A Political Tool Between India and Pakistan”

Kashmir : “A Political Tool Between India and Pakistan”

Everybody has a view on Kashmir, a long pending dispute between India and Pakistan in South Asian region since last seven decades. I also have my own view on Kashmir. Since childhood I grow up witnessing harshment,Killings, Torture,Abuse and so on. As i grow up i learnt Kashmir is a big Poltical Dispute between India […]

Fiction – The Caged Dove

Fiction – The Caged Dove

Gafoor was breathing his last in his deathbed, in a faint voice, he called both his children Irfana and Azhar closer to him and said, “Daughter Irfana, my time is over, and do take care of your younger brother after me”. With these words, Gafoor closed his eyes forever. Irfana was crying, wailing and cursing […]

Internet Blockades Cost Students Great Deal

Internet Blockades Cost Students Great Deal

The internet has significantly reformed the way we live. From the basic to the most complex, several facets of the economic and social movement are presently influenced by the internet. Such innovations have brought essential change throughout society, driving it forward from the mechanical period to the networking era. In our reality, the worldwide information […]

The Paradise and Paralyze…

The Paradise and Paralyze…

Firdous Ahmad Dar Kashmir, India’s one of the most striking states lies on the peaks of Himalayan Ranges with unreliable landscape and culture. The beautiful and splendid place; Mughals appropriately called Kashmir Paradise on Earth situated on the top of India and this charming land is considered as Jeweled Crown on the map of India. The […]

Prices And Fares: A Peep Into Old Kashmir

Prices And Fares: A Peep Into Old Kashmir

Khalid Bashir Ahmad During our childhood, when elders at home talked about prices of essential commodities prevalent during their own childhood that they referred to as prone zamane (old times), our reaction would be of disbelief. Although their prone zamane was only 40 or 50 years backwards in time but the stories they told would […]

Language opens hearts

Language opens hearts

Mirza Yawar Baig One of the first things I did when I joined the tea industry was to learn Tamil. I recall Mr. Ahmedullah, the General Manager telling me, ‘You must speak Tamil not only fluently but like a Tamilian, not like a Hyderabadi or an Englishman.’ And that is what I proceeded to do. […]

Chairman J&K PSC meets Governor

Chairman J&K PSC meets Governor

Jammu: Sh. Abdul Latief U Zaman Deva, Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission, met Governor Satya Pal Malik at Raj Bhavan here today. Sh. Deva briefed Governor about the to-date functioning of the J&K PSC and continuing improvements being made by the Commission in the timely conduct of exams and interviews and declaring results with […]

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Afghan Taliban On China’s ‘Side’: Should India Be Worried?

HAIDAR ABBAS Behind the facade of the US as a superpower is also a dark underbelly – one that is not so visible in the mainstream media or primetime debates: a startling fact that, around 5,00,000 US military men – who have at some point in time served in Iraq or Afghanistan – have been […]