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Colon Of Wuhan In Kashmir | Hajin Belt: The Hotspot Of Covid19 Pendemic

Colon Of Wuhan In Kashmir   |    Hajin Belt: The Hotspot Of Covid19 Pendemic

It was rainy day of 25 march, when 4 young boys from Hajin returned to their respective homes in Hajin, after attending a religious event at New Delhi. It was a beginning of the onset of covid 19 in the hamlet, and saw the increase in the scale of covid 19 patients in Hajin belt. […]

The Month Of Ramadan Is The Best Way To Attain Piety

The Month Of Ramadan Is The Best Way To Attain Piety

The month of Ramadan is a great blessing of Allah Almighty. In this month there is a flood of light and blessings from Allah Almighty and His blessings are showered like torrential rain, but we are not aware of the value and status of this blessed month. Because all our thoughts and struggles are for […]

Work-Life Balance And Women Professionals

Work-Life Balance And Women Professionals

The expression “work/life balance” could be characterized as a condition of harmony where the demands of both an individual’s job and personal life are equivalent. This term was coined in 1986, despite the fact that its utilization in ordinary language was sporadic for various years. Work/life balance activities are a worldwide wonder. Ladies, who work, […]

Staying Physically Active During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Staying Physically Active During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Corona viruses (CoVs) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SERS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans. Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning that […]

COVID-19: WAYS TO PREVENT GLOBAL DEPRESSION

COVID-19: WAYS TO PREVENT GLOBAL DEPRESSION

Last few weeks have been quite emotionally as well as physically draining all of us. As the world is fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak, more than 130 countries have now closed all educational institutions national wide, impacting nearly 80% of students globally. On 30th of January 2020 the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee of WHO […]

Boost Your Immune System During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Boost Your Immune System During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The World Health Organization declares the epidemic a global health emergency on 30th Jan, 2020 allowing it to coordinate responses among nations and recommend policy actions, including travel restrictions. The whole world is facing a huge and perilous pandemic. It has been found that self-quarantine and social distancing slowdown the spread of virus. The World […]

Religion A Trust On God

Religion A Trust On God

Religion is a deen or we can say religion is a which we trust on God. It is a social culture , value which we have belief on God or faith on God. There are so many religions like Muslims, Sikh, Christans and Hindu etc. Our religion is Islam. What is Islam- anyone or anything […]

Lessons From Nirbhaya Verdict!!!!!

Lessons From Nirbhaya Verdict!!!!!

Finally the Indian judicial system got succeeded in executing four vultures of lust, who had shaken the collective conciousness of our society in 2012.The long driven judicial battle was taken to its logical conclusion.But the legal inadequacies coupled by inordinate delay of justice needs to be analyzed from critical point of view.The soul of Nirbhaya […]

Perfection An Illusion

Perfection An Illusion

The idea of something being perfect is an illusion. The idea of perfection can really trammel us from the feats and triumphs. If we are always waiting to reach perfection, we will never be happy. Rather we should shoot for excellence and flamboyance and not perfection. Perfection is an impeccable state where everything is unerringly […]

Academic Challenges Amid Lockdown

Academic Challenges Amid Lockdown

Student community in Kashmir valley has always been unfortunate. They suffer from academic losses almost every year due to unfavorable academic atmosphere in the valley. From past many years the academic calendar has got disrupted by strikes, curfews, bandhs and other likely unfavorable conditions of the valley which adversely affects the study of students and […]

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At the time of COVID-19 a series Paintings by M. Akram Khan

Reasi: A series of paintings created by M. Akram Khan at its artist studio at Reasi on the theme of Covid-19, M. Akram Khan is a noted and veteran contemporary artist of national reputed and born in Reasi, at the time of COVID-19 he painted natural vibrant colours of the land and its people who […]