Co-Education is not an Unalloyed Good: Let’s Hold on to our Responsibilities

Co-Education is not an Unalloyed Good: Let’s Hold on to our Responsibilities

By Zeeshan Rasool Khan No one can imagine depriving a girl from getting an education .Acquiring education is basic right of every girl and its impact on society is indisputably prominent. Efforts are being made to achieve gender equality in education all around the globe. With the gradual increase in girl schooling, a concept – […]

An Open Letter to the Former Prime Minister of India, Mr Manmohan Singh

An Open Letter to the Former Prime Minister of India, Mr Manmohan Singh

By Javeed Ali Dear Sir: As you headed the recent Congress panel of high-level policy group which arrived in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday for a “first-hand assessment”, I have a few points which I want to convey to you through this piece. Right at the onset, we should accept this fact that there is […]

The Benefits and Perils of Science and Technology

The Benefits and Perils of Science and Technology

By Jawaaz Ahmad As we are in the throes of the twenty-first century, several new, more efficient technologies have moved into homes and offices. Faster communication is possible via mobile phones and the Internet. If you look, you will notice that technology has grown rapidly over the years that the results are overwhelming. The etymology […]

The Success Principle

The Success Principle

By Peerzada Umer Most people think success comes from good luck or enormous talent, but many successful people achieve their accomplishments in a much more mundane way: through self-discipline. What success actually is, we must know that. I asked one of the student of class 10th(who twice was jailed ), what do you want in […]

A Rendezvous with Czech Art

A Rendezvous with Czech Art

By Prerna SM Jain PRAGUE! A city of art and the cultural hub of Czechoslovakia. This city has seen many transformations in its art scene over the past few years. From the national revival movement, to cubism, to the now contemporary art movement, this city has a lot to offer to all art lovers. I […]

Mission Rajnath in Kashmir: A Review

Mission Rajnath in Kashmir: A Review

By JAVID AHMAD AHANGER Kashmir, constantly perceived as a developmental problem in the Indian context, is just piling up old rhetorics in New Delhi’s court. The recent visit of the Indian Home Minister, Rajnath Singh , to Kashmir once again appears to be a disappointing one as of his previous ones. It is common knowledge […]

What is wrong with a Kashmiri critique of the Islamic Legacy?

What is wrong with a Kashmiri critique of the Islamic Legacy?

By Dr Nazir Ahmad Zargar Arrogance is the deadliest enemy of knowledge; it is the worst kind of ignorance and falls in jahl-e murakkab (complex ignorance) category. It is arrogance which proved the biggest obstacle in the way of the disbelievers to believe in the Prophets of God. Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) says that the […]

Unforgettable Memories: A Tearful Adieu to Friends

Unforgettable Memories: A Tearful Adieu to Friends

By Malik Aamir We started here together and now we’re leaving the same way. The funny thing is you never appreciate what you had yesterday until it is gone today. Saying goodbye can be tough when you don’t know if you are ever going to meet again. Only memories are left behind after a painful […]

Data Eaters: Aren’t We?

Data Eaters: Aren’t We?

By Nazim Humayoon Some days ago a friend of mine sarcastically told me ‘’kech MB kheyath az dohas’’, ‘’ how much MB’s did you consume today?’’. He was actually enquiring about the data I had consumed during the day while surfing the Internet. My reply to his query was ‘’ Akh GB ha ‘’ ‘’ […]