Preserving Autonomous Character of the J&K Cultural Academy

Bukhari sahib provides his take on the internal turmoil in the JKAACL. Is the glass half-full or half-empty? (Syed Rafiuddin Bukhari, 72, was born in Kreri in Baramulla District. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Kashmir Media Group that publishes the English daily,...

The Awards Racket

Ajaz explores the “cash-n-carry” business of giving out public awards (Mr. Ajaz ul Haque, 40, was born in Srinagar. He completed his school and college education in South Kashmir. He is presently on the faculty as Producer in the University of Kashmir...

Power Mess or Another Victimhood Syndrome?

Ashraf presents a local perspective on power shortage in Kashmir. If you think that is interesting, wait until you hear the former J&K Power Commissioner (2 opposing views) (Mr. Mohammad Ashraf, 67, was born and raised in Srinagar. He attended the S.P. High School...

The Hall of Shame

An editorial in the Greater Kashmir discusses the depths to which the society has sunk Fake Drugs It is just the tip of an iceberg. A seven day old baby died in G.B. Pant Children Hospital because of negligence of medicos. The reports suggested that he was injected an...

Good Governance Begins With Conscientious Citizenry

Arjimand explores the relationship between governance and a society in conflict and comes up with a provocative conclusion (Mr. Arjimand Hussain Talib, 34, was born in Srinagar. He is a columnist/writer and a development professional who matriculated from Tyndale...