Two Pakistani among Times most influential teens of 2016
October 20, 2016

TIME magazine has released their annual list of the 30 Most Influential teens, and 2016’s list. These 30 teens were deemed eligible for one of the most prestigious honours they can receive as a young person. They all come from totally different backgrounds and fields, and they all have numerous accolades and achievements. TIME magazine considered those feats, as well as their “global impact through.

Triple Talaq debate: What about Zakia Jafri, Bilkis Bano and Ishrat Jahan?
October 20, 2016

Srinagar | (PTK): While the debate on abolition of Muslim Personal Law is raging, with the government stressing its desire to protect Muslim women from arbitrary divorce and polygamy it would be pertinent to note that this very ruling party at the center now has not only failed to uphold many of the constitutionally guaranteed rights of Muslim women but has also been an enabler in violation of those.

Will Tariq Karra’s exit dent PDP in JK’s capital?
October 12, 2016

Srinagar  |(PTK): Towards the end of the 1990s which scripted the bloodied history of the conflict ridden State of Jammu and Kashmir, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) emerged as an alternative to National Conference in electoral politics of Kashmir. Within five years of its formation, PDP rose to power with Congress in 2002, defeating traditional National Conference (NC), and cleared.

Global diversification of political psychology leads to unrest
October 10, 2016

Press Trust Of Kashmir / Kashmir diamond Globally, a common person today is overall observed with diversified perceptional and behavioural tendencies. Perceptions scattered around and behaviour with multidimensional diversities that leaves an option, just be the part to fast track system of life and die. Though life, created soulful, is now witnessing achievements of unlimited inhuman.

New wave of an old movement
October 8, 2016

Wahid Bhat Kashmir is not the integral part of India as India claims. Kashmiri’s have a long history of their struggle against the occupation of India. This struggle gets used to accelerate in different times. India always tried to crush the Kashmiri’s struggle and their rights as an alternative of giving them the right-to-self-determination, according to UN resolutions..

Rajnath again reviews security situation
September 20, 2016

Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday again reviewed the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir with top officials, including NSA Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, in the wake of the militant attack in Uri. The presence of the Foreign Secretary in the meeting is significant as government plans to launch a diplomatic offensive against Pakistan. Sources said the Home Minister took.

Is there anyone who will sponsor ‘Kashmir Banega Kashmir’
September 12, 2016

‘Kashmir Banega Hindustan…Kashmir Banega Pakistan’   Oppression, suppression, depression, trauma, pellet, bullet, fear, anger, and anguish seem to be the only words to describe the beauty of Kashmir. Valley has lost its sheen to the unfinished political settlement that finds its roots in the reservation acknowledgement by the last Governor General of independent India –Lord Mountbatten.

Stick policy won’t work
September 9, 2016

The uprising in Kashmir is nearing two months now, with over 70 civilian protesters killed by forces and more than 8000 injured in the firing to quell the protests. People in the valley, particularly in south Kashmir, have been holding pro-freedom rallies and the youth participating in these rallies show no signs of tiring. The writing is clear on the wall; People want political resolution of the six-decade.

How can a celebrated democracy explain killing of women, children in Kashmir
September 6, 2016

My head hangs in shame when I learn how the army crushes the ribs of a frail old lady with their soles. I am choked as I read that the police stripped a 12-year old girl and laughed as she trembled with fear. And most importantly, I shudder to think of the vengeance brewing in her brother’s mind and how dangerous his nightmares will eventually make him. I.

New Love for Militants in Kashmir Valley
August 21, 2016

Srinagar  (PTK): new wave of militancy, mostly comprising of educated young men, is sweeping through the trouble-torn Kashmir valley. This new breed of Kashmiri militants is more radicalized and more firm in its convictions than its predecessors. Lately, there has been an unprecedented rise in the number of militants operating in the Kashmir valley with South.