Islam Gave Women Rights and Empowered Them

SAIMA BASHIR One of the most misunderstood areas among Muslims is that of the role of women. The real picture of the nature and role of women can be gleaned when we go through the sources of Islam, the .Qur’an and the Sunnah. In the Qur’an Allah makes it very clear that men and women […]

Social Media Implications on Family Relations

Social Media Implications on Family Relations

Dr Bilal Ahmad Dar In the modern era, the internet has grown to be one of the most powerful sources to connect people With the advancement of the internet , Social Networking Sites (SNS) are increasingly becoming popular and have become the most up to date and attractive tools for connecting people across the world. […]

Effects of Video Games on Kashmir’s Young Generation

BASHARAT RASHID There are many video games, which are becoming popular that are being played with great enthusiasm in the nook and corner of Kashmir valley particularly by the youth; they no more prefer to go to playgrounds because of growing games addiction among them. Now a days, the valley’s young generation specially the school […]

Attempt to Desecrate the Pulpit of Jamia Masjid is Unacceptable

Attempt to Desecrate the Pulpit of Jamia Masjid is Unacceptable

By Owais Bhat Jama Masjid (the grand mosque) of Kashmir at Nowhatta, in the middle of the old city has been built by Sultan Sikandar Shah Kashmiri Shahmiri in 1394 CE, under the order of Mir Mohmmad Hamadani, son of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani. Sultan Sikandar’s son Zain-ul-Abidin extended the Jama Masjid by including the […]

Don’t Look for Moss on a Rolling Stone

By AABID REHMAN PALA As the assembly elections of 2019 are around the corner, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti has once again started to use her old tactics to gain the sympathy of the people. She has started to visit the families of militants and shed some tears with them. It […]

Mr. IAS, What Next?

Mr. IAS, What Next?

Ishaq Begh Till 2010, Shah Faesal was not a well known figure in Kashmir but after cracking the India’s top most civil service examination held under UPSC (IAS) that too with a top position rendered him to be a reputable figure in Kashmir as well as in India. India tried to harvest a huge crop […]

Board Results: Don’t Blame Teachers

Board Results: Don’t Blame Teachers

By Malik Younus For some time now accountability has become the buzzword in the school education system, especially when it comes to the matter of results and test scores (Marks). Everyone seems to have a suggestion about ‘fixing’ education by holding teachers accountable for students’ performance in results and scores. But, we should ask ourselves […]