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They need empathy

They need empathy

On Monday the government announced the institution of ‘JK Govt Scholarship Scheme for Differently Abled Students’. Under the scheme scholarship of Rs1 lakh each will be awarded every year to a meritorious specially-abled boy and girl student on ‘International Day for Disabled Persons’ being observed annually on December 3. The main objective of the scholarship […]

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Maintaining the sanctity of PRC

Maintaining the sanctity of PRC

Permanent residency in the state of Jammu and Kashmir has been widely debated since long. While the state reserves the right to provide or cancel any permanent residency in the state, the issue has been unnecessarily discussed and ways are being worked out to dilute the state’s special status and constitutional provisions governing these rights. […]

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Over ambitious SAC

Over ambitious SAC

The State Administrative Council (SAC) is getting more and more attention from the people, though not for the decisions it takes but people’s interest has been generated in its functioning for reversing earlier decisions cleared by the previous governments. SAC has over the last two months also got involved in major policy decisions that have […]

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The Kartarpur breakthrough

The Kartarpur breakthrough

India and Pakistan have been living in animosity since the two countries were carved from one single entity. Each new year that the two countries add to their existence sees a new low in their relationship and the past three decades have been the most severe. However, the change of guard in Pakistan generated some […]

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Switching off Roshni

Switching off Roshni

Governor Satya Pal Malik surprised many on Wednesday when the State Administrative Council (SAC) approved the repeal of the Jammu and Kashmir State Lands (Vesting of Ownership to the Occupants) Act, 2001, (commonly known as Roshni scheme). By rescinding the act all pending proceedings under the Act shall stand cancelled immediately and abate. However, the […]

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Why can’t pellet guns be banned

Why can’t pellet guns be banned

The youngest pellet victim, 19 month old Hiba from south Kashmir has once again brought focus on the use of deadly pellet guns for crowd control practices. Hiba, the innocent kid was fired at by forces and as pellets hit her soft eyes she is on the verge of losing sight in one of her […]

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Working out new ways

Working out new ways

The past two years have witnessed a new phenomenon in Kashmir where protestors have been witnessed to storm the encounter sites. This new development has been witnessed across Kashmir with the intensity of such incidents being very severe in most parts of south Kashmir. This new development has over the past two years caused a […]

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Take a step forward

Take a step forward

There seems to be no letup to the killings in Kashmir. Last three days have seen 17 killings which include local boys from south Kashmir who have taken to arms, two civilians and a soldier, who too was a local, falling to violence. This killing spree has once again raised several important questions like what […]

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Seemingly serious

Seemingly serious

The government seems to have learned some lessons from the past, as this time over, it is seriously contemplating to implement the already submitted healthcare policy-2018, apparently, in a form which will not see any hurdles when it comes to the implementation of the same. The state has witnessed several policy changes in the past, […]

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Governor acted in haste

Governor acted in haste

Now that the assembly in Jammu and Kashmir stands dissolved, the reaction that followed suggests that the governor Satya Pal Malik acted in haste. Given the mandate PDP Chief Mehbooba Mufti had claimed in her letter addressed to the Governor it seems that he should have given a chance to the PDP-led alliance to prove […]

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