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Congress, NC, others ridiculed Parrikar’s remarks

“Stone pelting was way to express resentment against Govt” Srinagar, Nov 16 (KNS): The opposition political parties on Wednesday ridiculed the statement of Union Defence Minister; Manohar Parrikar wherein he had stated that the demonetization of currency has resulted in the decline in stone pelting in the valley. The leaders of the parties also termed the Union Defence Minister’s statement ... Read More »

Illegal Detention of Human Rights Defender !!!

Syed Karar Hashmi The Illegal detention of Kashmiri well known Human Rights Activist Mr Khurram Parvaiz is a matter of great concern and depicts the ugly face of democracy and ruthless mindset of government to crush just public sentiment . All these barbaric tactics are executed in Kashmir from long past to suppress the true voice of Kashmiri’s and their ... Read More »

Burhan Wani has become what India long feared

SHAAR-I-SHALLI: Go to the southern villages in Indian-held Kashmir and they’ll tell you stories about Burhan Wani, the Hizbul Mujahideen militant commander who was shot by security forces in July as he tried to escape through the back door of an isolated hideout. They say Wani would slip out of the forests sometimes just to visit, a 22-year-old with an ... Read More »

Desecration of our culture and faith

 Junaid Malik It’s a common practice in every country to preserve its cultural heritage by preserving its art culture architecture which is carried out institutionally both by the society and its governing agencies. Archeological survey of India is entrusted with the preservation of same heritage but it seems this institution is too selective in its approach which has set its ... Read More »

New Media and Distance Education in India and Iran

Maryam Vaziri, Literacy is the main foundation for social and economic growth. Theusage of Internet facilitates teaching and learning. Social media ismaking education easier than before but for optimum result in developingcountries, there is a need for using virtual training with someconsiderations. Due to widespread illiteracy in India E learning willtake some time to catch up. On the other hand, ... Read More »

Media Habits of Iranian Students in Mysore City: A Study

  Maryam Vaziri*  Communication and Media are developing all over the world. Living without media is impossible in this age. India is a big country with large media industry that have amount of circulation and programs in different languages and communities. Iranians from past have been come to India for living, working and studying. Getting information about Iranian habits on ... Read More »

The crowd that pushed for Brexit doesn’t have a clue on the road ahead

The outcome of Brexit vote has been a $2 trillion fall in global markets. Politicians who think they are in control of events can make a sorry spectacle a few years down the line. Winston Churchill believed in 1940 that the British Empire might last for a thousand years. Jawaharlal Nehru assured people in 1946 that when the British left, ... Read More »

Literature- Soft way of Improving Culture and society

  Maryam Vaziri Slowly, the light comes to an end And night Inevitably breaks out Sing a bit from the elegy When for Your heart There is no clue left to sing.   – I have been a man for myself As I cry without sound Nowadays In the grave seclusion O world! Beware My heart Even today Melts like ... Read More »

World Humanitarian Summit and Digital Advocates

Maryam Vaziri The first meeting of the Global Humanitarian (world humanitarian summit) was held on 23-24 May 2016 in Istanbul wherein Nine thousand participants from 173 member countries, including 55 heads of governments and states, private sector representative hundreds, and thousands of people from the community civil and non-governmental organizations participated. UN countries were never together in 70 years on ... Read More »

A cloth merchant in Samarkand (1910)

A cloth merchant in Samarkand (present-day Uzbekistan) sits in his stall in this photograph taken by Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii circa 1910. Between 1909 and 1912, Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii undertook a photographic survey of the Russian Empire with the support of Tsar Nicholas II. He used a specialized camera to capture three black and white images in a quick succession, using red, green ... Read More »