Home » Archives by category » Opinion (Page 2)

Open letter to UT Ladakh Administration

Open letter to UT Ladakh Administration

By, Aarif Ladakhi   Being a citizen of Ladakh I would like to put forth a few lines before your kind consideration. Ladakh is one of the coldest place on planet earth, where the temperature falls below -25°C on average during winter season and in summer it hardly crosses 32°C,…

Precautionary measures of Pandemics in Islamic perspective

Precautionary measures of Pandemics in Islamic perspective

  As the world economy reels and everyday life grinds to a standstill, Coronavirus diseases has declared as the pandamic. The number of positive cases and deaths are rising in every day that caused a scare among the masses. As far we muslims are concerned, we didn’t have fear of…

Book Review | Tears Fall In My Heart

Book Review | Tears Fall In My Heart

A Review To The Book Tears Fall In My Heart By Roit Bhattarai (Writer, Freelancer From Kathmandu, Nepal) The debut collection of 105 – fascinating and agonizing poems by Adnan Shafi “Tears fall in my heart “related to the b irthplace of an author “Kashmir” is absolutely a recent and…

I stand with Tableegi Jammat

I stand with Tableegi Jammat

  Dr. Sheikh Arshid Srinagar, April 03: Tablighi Jamaat is an Islamic preacher’s group doing Dawah through out the world and mostly it is active in Asia like in India, Pakistan, Srilanka Bangladesh and others. The movement was started in 1927-28 by a well known Islamic preacher, Hazrat Muhammad Ilyas…

How coronavirus took the spirit out of Industries and industrialists

How coronavirus took the spirit out of Industries and industrialists

Musaib Nisar Srinagar, April 03: As we all know the current situation is worrisome due the Covid-19 pandemic, It’s brought the biggest countries in the world to their feet, The countries which had the best health care and patient care system are helpless and still trying to find a cure…

A class of people deprived of Coronavirus Awareness and Equipments

A class of people deprived of Coronavirus Awareness and Equipments

  Srinagar, March 30: You see this Coronavirus locked and caged whole world. You imagine the world few months before and glance it now. Each one of us restless, impatient & depressed. Not scared of the death but deeply frightened and shivered, for the way it kills. The moment it…

“NA BOOZUN syndrome” , kashmir’s ancestry apparel

“NA BOOZUN syndrome” , kashmir’s ancestry apparel

  NAWAZZ IBN AHAD Srinagar, March 29: As on one side if the whole world has been inundated by deadly incurable Corona virus but on the otherside kashmir valley hasbeen wrapped by another wrapper known as “NA BOOZUN”. “NA BOOZUN , is a malody which is innate legacy of kashmiri’s.On…

Divorce: An unethical and acrimonious parting

Divorce: An unethical and acrimonious parting

Dr. Sheikh Arshid Srinagar, March 28:  Marriage may be seen as a contract, a status, or a combination of two opposite sexes.In this matrimonial contract, if a spouse refuses or shows inability to perform the obligations stipulated in the contract may constitute a ground for divorce. Divorce, is the end…

Hope in the time of COVID-19 in Kashmir valley

Hope in the time of COVID-19 in Kashmir valley

Srinagar, Mar 25: Amid Covid-19 scare hundreds of people mostly students were taken by government to various quarantine centers in Kashmir. Though students inside quarantine centers were contented with the facility but the internet restrictions make them bored and dizzy. The people in general and students in quarantine centers in particular…

COVID-19: To all the religious clerics in Kashmir

COVID-19:  To all the religious clerics in Kashmir

By Javeed Ali This piece is meant to all who are spearheading the various religious sects in Kashmir. Esteemed Ulmas, Assalamu alaykum, With all respect and humility, I want to share my point of view with you and I hope you will give a thoughtful consideration to it. You are…