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Assembly Speaker claims security protocol breach

18, January 2018     KV Network

Over 2.50 lakh pension cases pending: Govt

18, January 2018     KV Network

Avalanche warning issued for 7 districts

18, January 2018     KV Network

PDP legislator takes on Irrigation Minister

18, January 2018     KV Network

Scarp 2015 Job Policy, says ruling party legislator

18, January 2018     KV Network

Srinagar most wallet-friendly holiday destinations, says travel portal

14, January 2018     KV Network

New Delhi: Srinagar and Port Blair have seen the steepest drop in airfares, while Bangkok has replaced Dubai as the top trending holiday destination amongst Indian travellers, according to online travel marketplace Kayak.These findings are part of Kayak's recently launched tool, Travel Hacker Guide, which provides rankings of the popular and top trending destinations, the most affordable cities to...

SAARC-MBBS quota: Denied admission,...

18, January 2018     By  KV Network

Srinagar: An MBBS aspirant from Srinagar has accused Bangladesh's Directorate General of Health Services of ignoring the merit while granting admissions to students from SAARC nations in the country's government medical colleges. Taha Firdous secured a cumulative average grade point (CAGP) 10 in Secondary and Higher Secondary school examination conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE). She applied for admission to MBBS course in a government medical college in Bangladesh in the SAARC quota and had high expectations of making the cut. However, when the Directorate General of Health Services of Bangladesh released the list of selected candidates from SAARC countries, Taha was disappointed to see her name missing. No...

Incredible: This Math's Professor adds up passion for life

14, January 2018     Irfan Tramboo

Srinagar: 73 year old Professor Asrar Muhammad is a living legend. Professor Asrar once used to be the lone person in Kashmir and perhaps the very few in India who were experts in Modern Algebra.The Professor who prefers to live a secluded life has been serving the students community in Kashmir from the last 42 years and even today he wishes to escape the gaze and limelight.Wearing tattered clothe...

Editorial: Hostilities on the rise again

18, January 2018     By  KV Editorial

Srinagar: This week has already seen 13 deaths on the Line of Control (LoC) that divides India and Pakistan. The situation in various areas including Poonch, Uri and Samba sector is so fragile that any incident can trigger more killings and loss of public as well as private property. Though the situation is telling upon both the countries but on ground no one is willing to admit the miseries their frontier forces and the people living in these areas are facing. The human loss concerns no nation at all. The stance of both the countries seems evi...

Semester system proved a failure in Kashmir

16, January 2018     By  Syed Kaleem Geelani

Education is about teaching, learning skills and knowledge. Education also means helping people to learn how to do things and encouraging them to think about what they learn. It is also important for...


The Power of Pen

6, January 2018     Raashid Ul Nabi Khan

Pen is the most powerful weapon in the world and there are various roles a pen can play. There is a pen for king, politician, lawyer, doctor, engineer, teacher etc everyone on this planet is using pen...

Assembly Speaker claims security protocol breach

18, January 2018     KV Network

Over 2.50 lakh pension cases pending: Govt

18, January 2018     KV Network

Avalanche warning issued for 7 districts

18, January 2018     KV Network

PDP legislator takes on Irrigation Minister

18, January 2018     KV Network

Scarp 2015 Job Policy, says ruling party legislator

18, January 2018     KV Network