Monday, October 18, 2021

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Sant Kumar Sharma

60 days in control yet Taliban’s Afghanistan is unrecognized: Even by Pakistan!

It was on August 15, two months or 60 days ago, that the Taliban had stunned the world by marching on to Kabul. A...

Why October often brings bad news for Abdullahs?

Former National Conference (NC) leader Devendra Singh Rana’s joining the BJP in Delhi on Monday is perhaps one of the most devastating blows in...

SAARC is dead: How could Taliban be on talking table when even Pak doesn’t recognise it!

SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) appears dead. The meeting of its foreign ministers, originally scheduled to be held in New York tomorrow,...

A man who aided terror in Valley like no-one; Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits too

Hurriyat faction leader SAS Geelani’s death on Tuesday evening marks the end of a gory chapter in the history of Kashmir. Mobile services were...

Talibans in Af control: How bad would be the fallout in Jammu and Kashmir?

One thing that is being discussed here widely now in the Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir is the likely impact of Taliban...

ED summons: Rs 70 lakh cash in account; Mehbooba Mufti fumes

On Friday (August 6), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) issued summons to Gulshan Nazir, former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s mother. She was asked to present...

Military talks are after 100 days: Why China’s ‘salami slicing’ is not working

The Chinese had proposed July 26 as date for the 12th round of top level talks between military officials from the two sides. This...

NHRC asks J & K again to pay compensation on deaths due to spurious drugs

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has again directed the J&K administration to pay monetary compensation to the next of kin of infants who...

A red-letter day for women of J&K: Domiciles at last for family

The government of Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday removed the last hurdle for issuance of domicile certificates to spouses of...

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