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Challenges facing Government Schools

Challenges facing Government Schools

Lone Altaf As we know, our government schools face worst time with regard to enrolment and the condition becomes bad to worse day by day. It seems the future is getting darker by continuous relying on traditional policies and tactics. Hundreds of schools were closed and many more clubbed to the nearest ones. Has the […]

Modi and rise of extremism in India

Modi and rise of extremism in India

Tawfeeq Irshad Mir Narendra Modi’s path to power started with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a volunteer right wing Hindu-nationalist organization that was originally set up in 1925 to unite the Hindu community during the Indian independence movement. The RSS proclaims that its mission is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory and […]

The Teacher—– my last hope Dashed now.!

The Teacher—– my last hope Dashed now.!

Kuchay Yousuf I was flying high in dreams, all the times with the aim to conquor what other could not. It was my hope that a sincere personality was backng me & stearing me to fly. I was just to fly to start the journey to conquor the stars aimed at but all my hope […]

The Darken Days

The Darken Days

Kuchay Yousuf I wonder, I ponder on the circumstances around. The dark brown clouds of western disturbance floating on with a harsh speed dreadfuly with reddish velvety appearance, making the hearts wrenching and souls trembling, the days on and the days off. The thunders so horrified, piercing through the bones that make others to hide […]

Goals! How Important They Are to Us?

Goals! How Important They Are to Us?

Shabir Ahmad Perhaps the greatest discovery in human history is the power of your mind to create almost every aspect of your life. Everything you see around you in the man-made world began as a thought or an idea in the mind of a single person before it was translated into reality. Everything in your […]

The Genesis Of Corruption

The Genesis Of Corruption

Tawfeeq Irshad Mir With glued memories of my infantile period, hardly I could retrieve the surroundings and the events happening around, Brought up in a very small village “goripora” in sopore town of kashmir, a village with meticulous presence, conscious, a mixture of intellect and a think tank of its own, whenever I revert my […]

Ode to Myself!

Ode to Myself!

Peer Faizan Bashir Adversity Since Childhood! Inside of me will take you to a heck of a long journey, Where a few are able to bear with the whole journey. I wish I could‘express’what I had suffered, with eyes, people won’t let me suffer anymore. Who had been with me, who wasn’t, the whole panorama […]

The fear, defiance and dehumanisation

The fear, defiance and dehumanisation

Syed Vakas Bukhari We’re boxed in to fit a concise, neat label with no evidence given of the complexities or histories that have actually shaped us and continue to do so. And when the degree of humanization is dependent on geographic location or ethnicity, it’s not surprising that we are quickly forgotten as victims if […]

Article: RTI@10

Article: RTI@10

Muzamil Rashid Introduction: A presumptive right to access to official information, qualified by exemptions and subject to independent adjudication by a third party. Over hundred countries around the world have implemented some form of information legislation, Sweden’s Freedom of the Press Act of 1766 is the oldest in world. It is referred to as Freedom […]

Shah Faesal did a wrong

Shah Faesal did a wrong

Mir Mukhtar Ahmad Decision in hurry: The deciding Factor is not Intellect. Voters & followers of state politics have a wavering attitude. Dr Shah former IAS officer has entered into active politics recently, but majority of peers of politics were against this decision. The public in general are of the opinion that, he could have […]

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