Kashmir University & New Delhi

The University of Kashmir is on the western side of the Dal Lake in the city of Srinagar which lies in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. New Delhi is the capital city of India. 5.0/5

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Women participation in every field of life important: IGP Srinagar, November 09: A Cycle rally with the theme “Building Safe India for Women” was flagged off by Inspector General of police Kashmir Zone Sh. A.G Mir, today morning from Kashmir University, Srinagar. The rally will traverse through five states starting from Srinagar and will culminate at New Delhi covering about 1100 kms. On the flagging off ceremony Registrar University of Kashmir, Professor Zaffar Reshi, Programme Officer, NSS Jamia Milia Islamia New Dehli Dr. Abid Husain and Proctor Kashmir University Dr. Naseer Iqbal were present. Speaking on the occasion the IGP Kashmir said that since women constitute 50 percent of our population, it is important to have women participation in each and every field of life. The programme of organizing a cycle rally by Jamia Mila for women empowerment and building a safe India for women is a welcome gesture. What make this rally special is good number of girls participating in the long rally from Sri ...
Peace, stability imperative for progress and growth of South Asian countries: Governor SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 23 – Mr. N. N. Vohra, Governor Jammu and Kashmir, today observed that sustaining peace, normalcy and stability are imperative for the rapid progress and prosperity of the South Asian region. The Governor, as Chief Guest, said this in his Presidential remarks at the Lecture by Prof. Pratap Bhanu Mehta, President, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, organized by the UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of Kashmir Studies, University of Kashmir, here today. The topic of the Lecture was “Embattled Liberalism in South Asia”. Mrs. Usha Vohra, First Lady; Prof. Talat Ahmad, Vice Chancellor, Kashmir University; Deans, Heads of Departments, Faculty members of the University, scholars and students of the Institute participated in the seminar. Prof. Pratap Bhanu Mehta spoke extensively about the many serious consequences which arise from the “tyranny of compulsory identity”, the “conflicts and suffer ...
New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi, who is going to be in Srinagar today, has invited a group of the country's top-most industrialists and corporate leaders to join him there as well. They include Ratan Tata, Kumarmangalam Birla, Rajiv Bajaj and Deepak Parekh, among others. The Congress general secretary, who will be laying the foundation stone of a tunnel that will connect Kashmir with Ladakh, will be in Srinagar for two days, October 4 and 5. The business delegation, which will reach Srinagar separately, is likely to join Mr Gandhi at the Kashmir University campus, where he will be interacting with students. The last time when Mr Gandhi had interacted with students, they had complained to him about the lack of jobs and investments in the state. He has at that time promised to bring the top industrial and corporate talent in the country to Jammu and Kashmir. Mr Gandhi is also scheduled to meet Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and talk about the panchayat issue. The Congress is in alliance with Mr Abdullah's National Co ...
Parents worried in Kashmir The gang rape of a 23-year-old girl in New Delhi has developed a fear psychosis amongst Kashmiri womenfolk living and working in Delhi besides causing insecurity totheir parents back home. Thousands of Kashmir girls are pursuing education in different colleges and universities of Delhi while hundreds are working in various sectors, most of the times working late hours. “Incidents like the recent gang rape worried us. It shows women are not safe inDelhi,” said Munaza who studies at Delhi University. Munaza said after the incident she takes special care to ensure getting back home before its gets dark. “I have stopped taking evening class at my tuition center so that I am home before dark,” she said. Nazish, working in an IT industry, has stopped travelling alone during evening hours. Now Nazish ensures she is accompanied by her other colleagues while going back home late in the evening. “We have to ensure our safety. After the rape incident, my colleagues and I have dec ...
SRINAGAR: Sheikh-ul-Alam Studies Centre, University of Kashmir in collaboration with Sahitya Academy, New Delhi organized a symposium titled “Kashur Lekhnas Manz Yaksaniyatek Masle” here today. Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir, Prof. Talat Ahmad was the Chief Guest on the occasion while as Prof. Rehman Rahi presided over the function. The function was among others attended by Chairman, Sheikh-ul-Alam Studies Centre, Bashar Bashir, Margoob Banhali, Rafiq Raaz, Prof. Nehvi, Dr. Shujaat Bukhari, Prof. Nazir Ahmad Malik, Shad Ramzan, Majrooh Rashid and Rattan Lal Talashi. Addressing the inaugural session of the symposium, the Vice Chancellor stressed for united efforts in propagating Kashmiri Language and bringing popularity of the language among new generations.
Kashmiri Mother appeals to Indian Prime Minister for innocent son's release: Family members of a Kashmir university student have appealed to the prime minister of India, Manmohan Singh, for helping release their son who they say has been falsely implicated in a bomb blast case in New Delhi six years ago. “Honourable Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh: Release Kashmir University student-Muhammad Rafiq Shah”, reads an online petition through Change.org website, signed by Mehmooda begum, Shah’s mother. Then a third semester student of Islamic Studies at the university of Kashmir, Shah has been lodged at the Tihar jail in New Delhi since late 2005. He was picked up by police on November 21 from his home and has been accused of planting a bomb on a bus at Govindpuri area of Delhi on October 29. A series of bomb blasts that day killed at least 67 people and wounded more than a hundred. Shah was chargesheeted in 2008 by a Delhi court alongwith Tariq Ahmed Dar – the prime accused – and five others ...
Ayaz Nazki appointed ICCR Regional Director Rising Kashmir News Srinagar, Sept 5: Former Registrar Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Jammu (SKUAT-J) and prominent writer, poet, painter and scholar Dr. Ayaz Rasool Nazki has been appointed as Regional Director of Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) under Ministry of External Affairs , Government of India, New Delhi. He will head Kashmir Office of ICCR. Author of more than one dozen books in English , Urdu and Kashmiri, Nazki has contributed hundreds of research papers on different aspects of Kashmir culture to national and international journals. Being a Founder Registrar of Baba Ghulam shah Badshah University, he was instrumental in creating viable infrastructure for the University. He has already presented his papers in various countries, which included Iran London, Arab Countries , Rome (Italy) , Pakistan , and others. Nazki, who had his education in Science at Andhra Pradesh and Punjab Agriculture Uni ...
Union Minister for Human Resources Development, Kapil Sibal, Will inaugurate Dooru Degree College in Dooru Assembly constituency, held by Congress MLA and former Minister, GA Mir at 11 am today. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, G A Mir and Some Other other Congress leaders would accompany Sibal to Dooru. After inauguration of the Degree College, Sibal would address a public meeting at Dooru. Though no formal review of Jammu or Kashmir Universities has been slated during Kapil Sibal’s meeting, he would meet some Kashmir University officials at Srinagar latter in the day. He will also visit Cultural Academy and have inter-action with the artistes before returning to New Delhi in the evening.
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