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Security Failures on Multiple Fronts

Security Failures on Multiple Fronts

The killing of over forty CRPF men in an attack near Lethpora Pulwama on Srinagar-Jammu highway and the attacks on Kashmiris in Jammu winter capital including the employees putting up in government owned residential quarters shows the failures of the security apparatus in Jammu and Kashmir state. Had the sufficient security contingents been deployed in […]

Guv setting new agenda for Kashmir’s mainstream

Guv setting new agenda for Kashmir’s mainstream

Running out of issues due to the dismal performance of two successive governments headed by Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti respectively the Kashmir’s two top mainstream political parties are getting a new agenda for ensuing Lok Sabha and assembly polls from the controversial decisions taken by the Governor Satya Pal Malik day in and day. […]

Personal animosities spoiling sacred institutions

Personal animosities spoiling sacred institutions

Former IAS topper Shah Faesal and former President Jammu and Kashmir Teachers Forum (JKTF) Qayoom Wani the two rivals who were locking horns over the working of the education department few years back have jumped into mainstream politics with the pledge to work for the resolution of deadly Kashmir conflict but are unfortunately reviving bad […]

Press freedom stiffled on R-day

Press freedom stiffled on R-day

The Governor’s administration may not face questions for praising police, paramilitaries and army for killing militants to restore peace and order in trouble hit Kashmir valley but restricting media men from carrying out their professional duties at highly fortified venue of an official event like republic day in Srinagar is an insult to the institution […]

No dead end to dynasty politics in JK

No dead end to dynasty politics in JK

Defying the public anger against the continuing growth of dynasty rule the politicians of mainstream political parties engaged in the fight for power in the ensuing assembly elections tend to bring on the political scene the sons of senior politicians who have been neither the students nor the practitioners of politics. By doing so mainstream […]

Satya Pal’s disrespect to youth sentiment

Satya Pal’s disrespect to youth sentiment

Governor Satya Pal Malik this week in yet another provocative remark over the prevailing situation in Kashmir valley virtually tried to rub the salt into the wounds of Kashmiri youth by saying “Kashmir is an issue for youth in the age group of 13-23 years” hinting that the absence of cinema halls and sports grounds […]

Kupwara’s admin caught napping on Sadhna top

Kupwara’s admin caught napping on Sadhna top

Early snowfall in November this year saw government grappling with the difficulties coming its way in restoration of the essential services and government’s preparedness to face eventualities in mid winter had come into question keeping in view the poor coordination among the departments tasked the job of the delivery of essential services during winter in […]

No compliment from PDP, BJP to Rajnath on Assembly poll remark

No compliment from PDP, BJP to Rajnath on Assembly poll remark

Though National Conference preparing itself desperately for forthcoming Lok Sabha elections enthusiastically complimented the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on showing willingness to hold assembly elections at the earliest during a debate on resolution over proclamation of president’s rule in Jammu & Kashmir but interestingly the PDP and BJP choose to remain silent over Home […]

Challenges to Mehbooba’s leadership

Challenges to Mehbooba’s leadership

With unending quitting spree continuing in the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) the challenges to the leadership of party president Mehbooba Mufti are rising with every passing day. Hardly a day goes without a dissident coming out in open and crying against the alienation with the party president. The cries of dissidents against the alienation with […]

SOP violation shows contempt for human lives

SOP violation shows contempt for human lives

The firing on protesters in Sirnoo village of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district has once again proved that restraint in crowd control policing is only an official statement used to silence the critics of civilan killings in Kashmir but not a policy to implement the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in controling the angry crowds marching to […]

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