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In line of fire

People living in remote villages close to the LoC in Uri sector had to leave their homes following the worst exchange of artillery fire in 15 years since the 2003…

A case of the longest examination

ENTRY INTO KASHMIR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES IS VERY STRESSFUL FOR ASPIRANTS. THE PROCESS HAS LASTED FOR MORE THAN TWO YEARS PLAGUED WITH ERRORS, CONFUSION, COURT CASES, AND DEATH OF DREAMS “Some…

The Achiever

A government doctor in Himachal Pradesh created history when his cheap rabies treatment protocol was adopted by the WHO Omesh Bharti, 50, is a real-life superhero. His commitment to his…

Why the Tigers Must Die…

THE SUPREME COURT HAS CANCELLED LEASES OF 88 GOA MINES, BUT WHAT’S LEFT OF THE LAND THE BIG CAT CALLS HOME? Optimists will tell you that you must be open…

When Aadhaar becomes a noose

Whether the government will track an individual is a secondary thing, but to have the architecture, which can build electronic trails of a person through cross-linking databases, is dangerous beyond…

Delhi streets get an eye

AAP government is finally installing nearly 2 lakh CCTV camera mapping every corner of Delhi in its width and length. Will it be a game-changer for women’s safety? Delhi has…

The state of unrest

Kashmir issue is complex. Many players, mostly across the border, don’t want peace in the valley. People at large are the worst sufferer Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti, asserted,…

Bunking the traps

Festivals like Durga Puja enable the youth to explore the world, gain more confidence and maturity. they lead to more gender, social and economic empowerment “Let’s meet tonight. I will…

Six degrees of separation

Annoyed by the regular text messages from banks and mobile service providers to link Aadhaar with the accounts and SIMs? Scared if they will freeze your deposited money, and block…