Foreign envoys visiting Kashmir ‘futile PR exercise’ by govt: Ex- Union minister Saifuddin Soz

The people of Kashmir are sure that the government’s security agencies will not be able to convince these envoys that things are normal in Kashmir after abrogation of Article 370, said Saifuddin Soz SRINAGAR — Senior Congress leader and former Union minister Professor Saifuddin Soz on Wednesday said the foreign envoys’ visit to Kashmir is just part of a “futile exercise on public relations” by the central government. In a statement, Soz said it is unfortunate that the government has not learnt any lesson from its past mistakes. “Elders have rightly…

Read More

Three Army personnel booked for molestation and abduction of 9 years old girl in Kashmir

New Delhi: Three army personnel have been held on charges of molestation and attempt to abduct a minor girl in Bandipora district. The accused had tried to lure a nine year old girl in Chewa area of the northern Kashmir district. A local news gathering agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) quoting unnamed officials reported that the three persons who were held on 10 February this month are army troopers. ”The accused Army soldiers have been identified as Subedar Harbachan Singh, Naik Amit Tahkor, and Hawaldar Manzoor Ahmad. All the three are…

Read More

Workshop on Bihar madrasas emphasizes to equip them with capabilities to meet 21th century challenges

By Special Correspondent Patna: Maulana Azad National Urdu University has organized a workshop here to discuss the educational conditions of Islamic Madrasas. The three-day workshop stressed the need of making madrasa education system capable to meet the modern challenges. Addressing the workshop, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Dr. Amir Subhani said that the main reason for the backwardness of the community is the weak primary education.  There is a need to provide education facilities at primary level to our children if we want to address the issue of backwardness, Subhani added.…

Read More

Like the Nazis RSS marking houses of those not donating for Ram Mandir : Kumaraswamy

H.D. Kumaraswamy termed the ongoing Ram Mandir fund raising drive “a huge exercise of identifying and marking those who do not contribute” for its construction. “This is similar to what Nazis did in Germany during the regime of Hitler when lakhs of people lost their lives,” he said. BENGALURU — Obliquely referring to the holocaust in Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler, Janata Dal-S leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy on Monday termed the ongoing Ram Mandir fund raising drive “a huge exercise of identifying and marking those who do…

Read More