Book Review: ‘Walking with The Comrades’
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Book Review

Book Review: ‘Walking with The Comrades’

'Walking With The Comrades' published by Penguin Books is an account of a thrilling experience by India's brilliant daughter, Arundhati Roy in the forests of Dandakaranya (Dandakaranya includes parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh states). In this book…

Complain To Ummah for Help
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Art & Literature

Complain To Ummah for Help

Umair-ul-Umar   Don’t just watch like this Come forward and help us Don’t close your eyes Please help us in these sighs   Look at our innocence Impute your conscience Please don’t walk away Where will we go, if you…

Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines
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Art & Literature

Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines

Tonight I can write the Saddest Lines The lines full of tears, emotions and feelings, For you are going away from my thoughts, So is tonight in tatters, Stars no more twinkle, They look like dead stones, The moon once…

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Interview

Post graduation is a transitory phase for students where we need to push their Intellect from Academics to Research: An Exclusive Interview of Dr. Aijaz

Dr. Aijaz Ahmad (from Watergam, Baramulla) is presently working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Chemistry at University of Kashmir. He completed his Bachelors and Masters degree from University of Kashmir (UoK) Srinagar and holds Ph.D from Indian Institute of Bombay…

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Politics

Rohingya Crisis: Let Humanity Prevail

  Had the Rohingyas not been Muslims, especially if they happened to be Hindus, they would have been accorded red carpet welcome. The wars, imported civil wars, invasions and riots are the illegitimate weapons of the strong. Terrorism is the…

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Politics

The Genocide of the Rohingya: Big Oil, Failed Democracy and False Prophets

  To a certain extent, Aung San Suu Kyi is a false prophet. Glorified by the west for many years, she was made a 'democracy icon' because she opposed the same forces in her country, Burma, at the time that…

Save Rohingya
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Politics

Save Rohingya

They gave me A4 sheet To inscribe the blood of thousands of people, To write the tales of burnt homes... They gave me six minutes To tell the saga of Seven decades of tyranny, And the history of that land…

In my dreams
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Art & Literature

In my dreams

  I Beheld Thee The music goes on and on Nature puts forth before me A flash of thine smile Ah! A cry escapes my lips Into a void,  and the echo Keeps vibrating the ear drums. Lovelier than the…

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Politics

The Deafening Silence of Gorakhpur Tragedy

  Of the various reasons to emerge from the Gorakhpur catastrophe, perhaps the horrifying has been the disruption of ‘oxygen supply’ on August 10, the team of Indian Medical Association has confirmed. The horrible deaths of more than 60 children…