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Killing of Lt Umar Fayaz a Killing of Lt Umar Fayaz a 'watershed moment' in Kashmir

Umar Fayaz was killed in Kashmir. His bullet riddled body was found near Shopian chowk. This may appear to be as one of the cases of violence in the strife torn valley. But this case is different and significant. ....


AAP trapped in his own net AAP trapped in his own net

Aam Aadmi Party, AAP is in deep crisis. Party convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is facing charges of ‘graft’ by his own man former minister Kapil Mishra. A party made to tackle the sole issue of graft has now started dancing to the tune of graft itself. AAP’s outspoken leader Arvind Kejriwal who is said to be a product of media is now shying away from lenses. ....


Judgement that gave a feeling of revenge avenged Judgement that gave a feeling of revenge avenged

It was the most awaited news. And when the news came, it brought a sense of justice and soaring. Death is never celebrated but this is one judgement which gave a feeling of revenge avenged. ....


In UP, it\ In UP, it's saffron, saffron and more saffron

In Uttar Pradesh, every change in government inevitably comes with a change in -- well, colour. And in "Yogi Raj" the colour is assertively saffron: From jackets, saris and turbans to upholstery, towels and even microphone wires wrapped in saffron cloth. ....


Rest in Peace Vinod Khanna… Rest in Peace Vinod Khanna…

Hero is not meant to die. He lives forever in the hearts of his fans. The image never goes away because the imprint is deep enough. Vinod Khanna, was too handsome to be ignored. ....


Has Kashmir\ Has Kashmir's spiral of violence slipped out of control?

An alarming spurt in violence in early spring has been marked by attacks on civilians by militants, the army using a civilian as a shield against stone-pelters, the lowest ever voter turn-out in a parliamentary by-election and the use of social media as a tool to stoke passions. ....


Dilemma of peace loving Kashmiri youth Dilemma of peace loving Kashmiri youth

The two had been talking on the phone for almost an hour now. Watching the changing expressions on the face of displaced 75-year- old Kashmiri Pandit who was talking with his Kashmiri Muslim friend of four decades, one could gauge the anxiety on the other side of line. The conversation mostly revolved around the fear of living in Kashmir. The Kashmiri Pandit, was hounded out of valley in 1990 and his Muslim friend, Abdul Rather, today was ridden with anxiety that a similar kind of fear and subjugation was being faced by those who do not approve ....


Amarinder vs Sajjan: Politics of a Captain and a Colonel Amarinder vs Sajjan: Politics of a Captain and a Colonel

One is Canada's Defence Minister and the other is the Chief Minister of a state (Punjab) that has strong connections with the North American country. ....


Dalai Lama episode: A not-so-subtle signal to China Dalai Lama episode: A not-so-subtle signal to China

India has to do no more than let the Dalai Lama be the Dalai Lama in order to rile China from time to time. ....


Liquor ban, abattoir crackdown serious threats to job market Liquor ban, abattoir crackdown serious threats to job market

A curious combination of judicial and saffron activism is posing a serious threat to employment prospects, thereby undermining the economy when it is dealing with the phenomenon of jobless growth because of automation. ....





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