Friday, 31 Oct 2014
Police cracks whip against separatists
Police cracks whip against separatists

Malik arrested during poll boycott campaign

Srinagar, Oct 30: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik was on Thursday arrested by the state authorities for leading a campaign to boycott Assembly elections scheduled to be held in Jammu and Kashmir next month.
PDP’s insensitivity towards flood victims unforgivable: NC

‘Uri will script a new chapter in the coming elections’

Srinagar October 30th, 2014: National Conference has castigated PDP for playing a ruthless and self-centered role by showing complete lack of concern towards the flood victims. Senior National Conference leader and NC candidate from Uri, Mohammad Shafi Uri has said that PDP’s unabashed and shameful hunger for gaining political mileage out of the condition of the flood victims had exposed the party’s
DGP visits south Kashmir, takes stock of security scenario, election preparedness
DGP visits south Kashmir, takes stock of security scenario, election preparedness

SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 30: In order to discuss and review the arrangements with regard to law and order, security and deployment of forces for upcoming Assembly Elections in Districts of South Kashmir, the Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rrajendra Kumar today visited Shopian and Kulgam, convened meetings of District Superintendents of Police at District Police Headquarters. Addressing the meetings, Rajendra sought reports from the District Superintendents of Police with regard to law and order, security, achievements on anti-militancy front and preparedness for the Assembly Elections.
Hegemony no longer works

Gone are the days when events and happenings in any part of the world would remain confined to the geographical boundaries of that part only. Living in today's ‘mediatized’ societies, the physical and political boundaries have lost their significance, at least in the sense that within no time information travels from one part of the world to other places all over. When information moves, with it also move the influences and waves of its impact as well as the repercussions thereof.
Pakistan on top as Younis equals 90-year record
Pakistan on top as Younis equals 90-year record

Hits thrid consecative ton

ABU DHABI: Younis Khan became the first batsman in 90 years to hit three hundreds in consecutive innings against Australia as Pakistan took early advantage of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday. The 36-year-old, who smashed twin hundreds in the first Test, notched 111 not out for his 27th century to help Pakistan close the opening day on a solid footing of 304-2 after they won the toss and batted on a flat Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch.
Old repressions, new tyrannies

Majoritarian definitions of the world can articulate old repressions, once illegitimate, into new tyrannies. Narendra Modi has acquired an electoral majority but this new majority seeks a redress of old scoresSometimes after a day’s work is over, when the TV is switched off and newspapers lie forgotten, one sits quietly and rethinks, reviewing the day in the mind’s eye. This ritual is a very powerful form of editorialising. One is no longer a spectator because one is now evaluating and judging news,
The Gaza prison

It is astonishing that the reconstruction of Gaza, bombed into the Stone Age according to the explicit goals of an Israeli military doctrine known as ‘Dahiya’, has tentatively only just begun two months after the end of the fighting.
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