A Looming Environmental Disaster Can be As Bad as a Nuclear Armageddon

A Looming Environmental Disaster Can be As Bad as a Nuclear Armageddon

By Mushtaq Hurra No doubt, the nuclear giants of the world have enough armory to destroy the whole world multiple times but the silent monster of environmental pollution, in general, and the atmospheric(air) pollution, in particular, are all set to wipe off the life from the planet without making use of any nuclear bomb. The […]

Revisiting the Multiple Crises of Education

Revisiting the Multiple Crises of Education

Danish Mohi Ud Din There are sound reasons to believe that education constitutes the solution to every social, economic and political problem in any society. Many questions struck my mind that, in one way or the other, give rise to these problems in our society: The important issues like the unscrupulous attitude of administration, in […]

Russia’s Growing Clout in the Asia Pacific Region

Russia’s Growing Clout in the Asia Pacific Region

Yead Mirza In their strategic calculus, the major powers of the Asia Pacific as well as other countries do not consider Russia a major military power in the region. Although these countries understand Russia’s military clout in Europe and the Middle East, they somehow fail to see how overall Russian military might have an impact […]

On the Politics of the Name Changing Spree

On the Politics of the Name Changing Spree

Suhail Ahmad Wani Srinagar, is one of the several places, that has been called the “Venice of the East” or the “Kashmiri Venice”. The city has had a chequered history. The name of this city of great antiquity is found in Kalhana’s Rajtarangni. According to this author, ancient Kashmir has had a number of capitals. […]

‘Disgrace and Double-Blind of Racism’

‘Disgrace and Double-Blind of Racism’

By Shafqat Mushtaq Perhaps, why you should read novels? To answer that sounds more an apology than a case for novels as embodiments of harder truths, though fiction. I have no such intention to undertake the defense of novel in the paragraphs that follow, though I might add , en passant, that ambiguity around human […]

An Appraisal of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

Dr Tauseef Ahmad Parray November is celebrated as the ‘National Education Day’ across India in the honor, memory, and recognition of Abul Kalam Azad (11th Nov. 1888—22nd Feb. 1958). Maulana Azad—a theologian, Urdu journalist, politician, educationist, an Islamic intellectual par excellence—was an influential political leader of the first half of the 20th century, who later […]