Wednesday, 06 May 2015
THAND RAKH (COOL): MUFTI TELLS PEOPLE
THAND RAKH (COOL): MUFTI TELLS PEOPLE

Says, good days are ahead; promises rehabilitation of flood victims, transparent recruitment policy

Srinagar, May 5: Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today appealed the people of the state to be patient with the PDP-BJP coalition government, saying it would take time to put the system back on track.
Thirty families rendered homeless, administration distributes relief
Thirty families rendered homeless, administration distributes relief

Devastating fire wreak havoc in congested old town localities of Baramulla

Baramulla: At least twenty six houses were completed gutted and property including house hold-goods and grains worth Crores of rupees was reduced to ashes leaving thirty families homeless when massive devastating fire broke out in Jalal Shab and Mir Shab Mohalla of old town  in North Kashmir’s Baramulla town on Monday late night.
Kashmir ‘bandh’!

So the reopening of ‘Darbar’ in Srinagar was greeted by a strike, this time called by Kashmir’s traders. The impact of strike was near perfect as most of the shops actually remained closed in response to the strike call. But as the traders had claimed and expected, much of its impact was blunted as no other sector joined their call, not even the transporters although they too were asked to shun work in solidarity with the traders. Similarly, the private schools showed good courage by saying that they won’t participate in the strike, and they did not; so the educational institutions remained open.
Bangladesh to ‘go for the kill’ against Pakistan in Dhaka Test
Bangladesh to ‘go for the kill’ against Pakistan in Dhaka Test

DHAKA: Bangladesh hope to build on their new-found confidence by securing their first-ever Test victory over Pakistan when the second and final match starts in Dhaka on Wednesday. The Tigers are buoyed by a remarkable fightback in the drawn first Test in Khulna where they avoided defeat for the first time in nine matches against Pakistan despite trailing by 296 runs on the first innings.
Obama says black men feel disadvantaged
Obama says black men feel disadvantaged

Washington, May 5: Following a week of racially charged protests in Baltimore, U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday said that the residual effects of racism have built up over time and created inequality. Speaking on one of the final episodes of the Late Show with David Letterman, Mr. Obama said the effects of slavery, Jim Crowe laws and discrimination in American history have left minority communities at a disadvantage.
Which Musalmans do we claim descent from?

Muslim rule in Hindustan was mainly Turkish rule – from Mahmud to Babur all Turkish conquerors or rulers – interspersed with episodes of Afghan rule as under the Lodhis and Sher Shah Suri. But we the denizens of the Fortress of Islam – the confused begetters of holy enterprises like Jehad-e-Afghanistan – what have we in common with those warriors?
Lessons from Nepal for Kashmir

The RSS work is scarcely different from Muslim extremists expanding their constituency in Pakistani Kashmir. INDIA’S televised plunge into Nepal’s earthquake calamity to play the Good Samaritan was a commendable initiative even if it was perhaps brought about by the fear of China getting in first. Indian analysts have suggested this could be the case. The last time a similar Nepal-linked fear of China coursed through the veins of the Indian establishment Rajiv
S.A.D: A concern for people of Kashmir

During my research, I studied the significance of photoperiod and temperature on the fish. I learnt how vital role light plays for the proper functioning of the organism. Then, Internet, Google in particular, helped me develop knowledge about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).Across the Globe in various countries and also In Kashmir; we witness variation in photoperiod in different seasons. So the importance of light cannot be ignored. On top of that, it has been scientifically
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