Opinion

World Environment Day

World Environment Day

By Humaira Syed World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5th to raise global awareness and action for environmental protection. On this day the UN General Assembly designated World Environment Day coinciding with the beginning of the Stock Holm conference on the human environment . On June 5 , 1973 the world celebrated the first […]

Destiny A Short Story

Destiny A Short Story

By Rayees Ahmad Kumar Despite insistences from his parents, friends and relatives to tie the nuptial with Salma, Zubair was hell-bent to marry his high school friend Sadia. Sadia was an extraordinarily beautiful and good mannered girl who was the lone daughter of her well off parents. Her father was a company secretary while her […]

Pak Continues To Be In Political Tumult

Pak Continues To Be In Political Tumult

By R C Ganjoo Pakistan’s political culture is now outmoded. As a result, it has caused a serious threat to the integrity, economic development, and overall progress of Pakistan. It goes without saying that in Pakistan in the present political environment, the political parties have become fiefdoms but subsequently trying to save the entire concept […]

Shab-e-Qadr: The Night of Decree in Islam

Shab-e-Qadr: The Night of Decree in Islam

By Waris Nissar Introduction: Shab-e-Qadr, also known as the Night of Decree or Power, holds immense significance in Islam. It is believed to be the night when the Quran was first revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by Allah through the Angel Gabriel. This sacred night falls within the last ten days of […]

Aitikaaf: A Sacred Journey Towards Spiritual Refinement and Divine Grace

Aitikaaf: A Sacred Journey Towards Spiritual Refinement and Divine Grace

By Aubaid Akhoon In the serene ambiance of the last ten days of Ramadan, Muslims worldwide immerse themselves in an ancient and deeply spiritual practice known as Aitikaaf. This period of seclusion and intense devotion offers a unique opportunity for believers to strengthen their faith, seek divine forgiveness, and reconnect with their Creator away from […]

Book review of ‘Sang-e-Zar Se Zakhmon Ke Phool Tak’ By Dr Azizullah Sheerani

Book review of ‘Sang-e-Zar Se Zakhmon Ke Phool Tak’ By Dr Azizullah Sheerani

By Rayees Kumar Dr Azizullah Sheerani hailing from Tonk Rajasthan is a multidimensional and renowned literary personality. He has tried his luck in every genere of literature and has succeeded in writing simultaneously about research, criticism, fiction, translation, travelogues and book reviews. He was associated with teaching profession also in Rajasthan and for some time […]

PM Narendra Modi’s Tribute Article on Veteran Political Leader and former Bihar CM Jan Nayak Karpoori Thakuron his 100th birthday

PM Narendra Modi’s Tribute Article on Veteran Political Leader and former Bihar CM Jan Nayak Karpoori Thakuron his 100th birthday

  Narendra Modi,  Prime Minister of India Today is the birth centenary of Jan Nayak Karpoori Thakur Ji, whose relentless pursuit of social justice created a positive impact in the lives of crores of people. I never had the opportunity to meet Karpoori Ji but, I heard a lot about him from Kailashpati Mishra Ji, […]

 Status  Of  Women In Islam !

 Status  Of  Women In Islam !

By Syed Suhail Geelani  The Status Of Women In The Religion Of Islam Is Indeed A Topic Of Great Importance. Islam Places Great Emphasis On The Honor, The Protection, The Love, The Position, And The Rights Of Women. It Recognizes The Intrinsic Value Of Women And Creates A System That Respects Their Dignity And Welfare. […]

“Leadership in the Digital Ethos: Balancing Morality and Innovation”

“Leadership in the Digital Ethos: Balancing Morality and Innovation”

By Aubaid Ahmad Akhoon In the profound tapestry of human existence, the rise of a disconcerting trend echoes through our digital landscape, where individuals exploit the solemnity of funeral videos. Through the intricate web of YouTube links and personal messages on platforms like WhatsApp, a breach of legal boundaries unveils a disturbing facet of our […]

Sunny but Snowless Chillaikalan

Sunny but Snowless Chillaikalan

By Rayees Ahmad Kumar It is almost a month since the harshest period of Chillaikalan has knocked the doors of valley. Perhaps after decades we are witnessing the warm sunny days and Snow-less Chillaikalan in valley which is anticipated to annoy the people associated with tourism and agricultural sector in coming season. Previously this period […]

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