Opinion

 August 5, 2018  INS Desk

Retain Article 35A At All Costs  

By Babu SinghThe permanent citizens of Jammu-Kashmir State in the Indian Administrative Jammu-Kashmir will be equally affected and benefited of Article 35-A. Mahraja Hari Singh signed…

 July 28, 2018  INS Correspondent

‘Selfitis’ – know the Disease

    By Zia Darakshan   Social networking websites are powerful tools more powerful with a smartphone, a deadly combination. They not only impact lives…

Opinion: Save your eyes from Glaucoma, the second most common cause of blindness
 March 16, 2018  INS Correspondent

Opinion: Save your eyes from Glaucoma, the second most common cause of blindness

By Dr Rayees Ahmad, AIIMS               “Glaucoma is a condition that causes damage to your eye’s optic nerve and gets worse over time. It’s often linked to a…

Opinion: Poetry and Journalism
 February 23, 2018  INS Correspondent

Opinion: Poetry and Journalism

While journalism is about facts, the poetry is about experiences yet both represent the society and both reflect true image of it. Tampering with it…

That Time is Waiting Time
 February 20, 2018  INS Correspondent

That Time is Waiting Time

Farhana RakhshandWhile reaching government office along with my scruffy old file in my shaky hands, I was totally up against anything odd or hard that…

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Crazy Things Change the World

Crazy Things Change the World

Zia DarakshanPreserving heritage buildings makes sense, but preserving rich folklore is intelligent! Kashmir has a long and cherished history of 5000 years. Rightly have some authors described it as “the mother of all civilizations”. Kashmir has been the highest learning point of Sanskrit and Persian where early Indo-Aryanic civilization has originated and flourished. Ladakh on […]

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Sensational journalism: In the rat race of LIKES

Sensational journalism: In the rat race of LIKES

ZIA DARAKSHANRecently, the Republic TV had been airing news about the death of senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar, over which the Delhi High Court asserted that “journalists are free to investigate but they cannot pronounce anyone guilty and/or pre-judge the issue and/or prejudice the trial”. The court on a lighter note also […]

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A Tale of Two Travels

A Tale of Two Travels

ZIA DARAKHSHAN Few days back, I was travelling in a female-only bus from Srinagar’s Residency Road to Jehangir Chowk. I recount the experience as the most cherished memory in the recent times. The moment I hopped in to take a seat, I was impressed by the maintenance of the bus. It was neat and tidy […]

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