Editorial Articles

Jawans blood is invaluable don’t bleed them

 Shiv Kumar Padha The terrorist history dates back to the days when Pakistani militia attacked Kashmir in 1947 and occupied a big chunk of land which we call Pakistan occupied Kashmir after independence. In order to grab, the remaining part of Kashmir, Pakistan has been looking at it with vultures eyes since then. Pakistani ISI, […] Read more

Now coming together, now falling apart

 Pravin Sawhney Things can change dramatically in Indian politics in three years’ time. But often, the more they change the more they remain the same. The rise of the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party in 2014 and the party’s continuing wins in various elections, have compelled the opposition parties to explore ways to stem the […] Read more

Let first thing come first

M. M Khajooria “Safety and security “of Kashmiri students studying in universities and colleges in rest of the country tops the list of national concerns in reference to the on-going disturbance in Kashmir.The problem has assumed huge significance because of escalating youth violence in Kashmir all Kashmiri students have come to be perceived as extension […] Read more

Greater academic role

K S S Seshan Colleges bestowed with autonomy would provide healthy competition and much needed leadership to be emulated by others. The recent protests by some sections of the faculty in a few colleges in Delhi against the move to make these colleges autonomous have opened up a nationwide debate on the very efficacy of […] Read more

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