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Date: 5 Oct 2014

Part-5

by Dr. Ghulam Rasool Nahami

Email: grahami38@gmail.com

Reclamation and Settlement

Reclamation of arable land was vast in length and breadth in the Valley and multitude of people were settled by Suyya. King Avantivarman and members of royal family founded many villages and established communities.



Date: 5 Oct 2014

Part-4

by Dr. Ghulam Rasool Nahami

Email: grahami38@gmail.com

Building Boats and Barges

Suyya ordered building of different sizes of barges and number of small boats for on the spot supervisions of work done by work-force on the banks and in the river.



Date: 5 Oct 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

One the one side, Indian new government led by the fundamentalist party BJP’s leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to divert attention of international community from the Kashmir dispute by various sinister steps, on the other, Kashmiri leaders and Pakistan have been keeping this issue in limelight.



Date: 4 Oct 2014

Response to WHO India's MISLEADING & MISINFORMING communication to UN-WHO and International Community on the health crisis in Kashmir during and after floods.

To: Dr. Margaret Chan

Director General, United Nations World Health Organization [WHO], Geneva, Switzerland

October 4, 2014



Date: 4 Oct 2014

Yasir Altaf Zargar

Haider is a 2014 Indian drama film directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, and co-written by Basharat Peer and Bhardwaj. It is a modern-day adaptation of William Shakespeare's Hamlet that is set amidst the insurgency-hit Kashmir conflicts of 1995, which was the peak of militancy in the valley. Starring Shahid Kapoor in the titular role, the film features Tabu, Shraddha Kapoor,



Date: 4 Oct 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Although a full scale military operation Zarb-e-Azb which started in North Waziristan Agency on June 15, this year against the ferocious terrorists led by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) proceeds with appreciable triumph, successfully achieving its planned objectives, yet the terrorists have started to show upsurge in their anti-state activities.



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Hussain H Zaidi

The contrast between the two countries could hardly have been more eye-catching. While Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was jeered at by his countrymen in New York, the Indian diaspora in the US hosted a gala to welcome their premier on his maiden trip to the world city.



Date: 2 Oct 2014

ALI SUKHANVER

Countless questions need serious pondering over the issues along the Durand line. What are the factors which never let Pakistan and Afghanistan, the two Islamic countries, come closer; why has the official relationship between these two Islamic countries never been very cordial and genial; what is the actual nature of conflict between these two neighbouring countries;



Date: 1 Oct 2014

Yasir Altaf Zargar

Couple of weeks passed, since floods started wreaking havoc in Kashmir. During the catastrophic floods, we have seen brave youths as volunteers, rescuing people. Anonymous volunteers mostly from Srinagar saved precious lives of Kashmiri’s. Youth of south Kashmir saved hundreds of lives but did not survive to narrate his heroics.



Date: 30 Sep 2014

Owen Bennett-Jones

Talking KashmirThere are 1.1 million people of Pakistani heritage in the UK, most of whom originally come from Kashmir. And there are similar numbers of Brits with an Indian heritage background. Given those numbers, and the strong passions associated with the Kashmir dispute, you might think that Kashmir would be an important subject in British politics.



Date: 30 Sep 2014

Rameez Bhat

The ‘kasheer’ known as ‘paradise on earth’ is one of the bonniest place in the world. The outer look as well as inner look of Kashmir is very much potent. The land of my kashmir is too much delightful. people from different places come to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Kashmir. Tourists who include both the locals and the foreigners crave to visit kashmir. Once they come, their heart never wants to go back.



Date: 29 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Political philosophers of the past indicate that some immoral activities such as deceit, theft, falsehood and even murder are also the principles of politics. Particularly, Machiavelli advises the leaders to have a lion-like image outwardly, and act upon the traits of goat inwardly. In his sense, a good leader should be a good opportunist and hypocrite. Morgenthau supports immoral activities as part of political morality.



Date: 28 Sep 2014

SPEAKING at the UN General Assembly session on Friday was a Nawaz Sharif different to the one who had earned much flak from the hawks in Pakistan for his India vision of a few years ago.

He was then an opposition leader who wanted to present himself as a moderate Pakistani politician. Now he is a prime minister who must represent his state’s interests which are made up of much more than a politician’s wishes.



Date: 27 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Pakistan has always been in the forefront to share the pains of Afghan people, making sincere efforts to resolve Afghan conundrum. Unfortunately, Afghan leaders, driven by overseas propaganda and foreign plots have shown signs of mistrust and skepticism towards Pakistan.



Date: 25 Sep 2014

By Abdul Majid Zargar

Kashmir has been devastated by raging floods. While the human toll is yet to be ascertained, the over-all loss to property, infrastructure & business is estimated to be one lakh crores of Rupees. Our ruling class has lost no time in urging New-Delhi to declare the tragedy a national Calamity,



Date: 24 Sep 2014

ALI SUKHANVER

Words have ever been very important either they are in written form or in spoken format. This importance of words gave birth to a very useful and influential type of ‘industry’ known as media. The experts and the specialists having an immaculate command and skillful authority on spoken or the written words became an inevitable part of this industry through the trade of journalism.



Date: 24 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Undoubtedly, media is a powerful instrument to build perceptions and promote ideologies. Media houses like Geo and Jang Group, due to their area of influence, wealth and assets inland and abroad, have become a monster in Pakistan. By acting upon the anti-Pakistan propaganda for the sake of money, this Media Group follows its own peculiar agenda, and keeps its financial interests above the national interests of Pakistan.



Date: 23 Sep 2014

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
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Obtaining freedom and independence from big powers looks very difficult today as all big powers have joined hands to protect, even by terror wars, their illegally taken colonialist and imperialist possessions.



Date: 22 Sep 2014

Part-3

by Dr. Ghulam Rasool Nahami

Email: grahami38@gmail.com


Exploration in earnest

Suyya explored village after village in search of any clues from the village elders, enquiries from intellectuals and old folk etc. Any information from any source was welcome regarding stagnation



Date: 22 Sep 2014

Considered a close aid of the COAS, General Rizwan Akhtar is a graduate of the Command and Staff College in Quetta, National Defense University and the Army War College, USA, a military official said.

Rizwan was commissioned in the Pakistan Army in Frontier Force Regiment in September 1982.



Date: 22 Sep 2014

By Afshain Afzal

Much ahead of commencement of referendum campaigns for the independence of Scotland, US President Barack Hussain Obama along with group of European Union leaders made it very clear that they wanted the United Kingdom (UK) to stay together. Aftermath referendum, in a statement issued at Brussels, the European Commission said the Scottish vote was good for a "united, open and stronger Europe."



Date: 22 Sep 2014

(By Abdul Majid Zargar)

Excellency,

While on a two day state visit to India, you have stated that Narendra Modi, as Gujarat Chief Minister should not be blamed for the 2002 riots in the state as he was just a "presiding officer" who has been cleared in "endless inquiries".



Date: 21 Sep 2014

By Tahir Ibn Manzoor

After the incessant rains lashed the Kashmir valley for a week, the swirling waters has claimed more than 280 lives across the Jammu & Kashmir state. The heavy downpour triggered the landslides, rains lashed the valley from September 3rd leaving tens of thousands homeless and ruining thousands acres of standing crops after the unprecedented floods hits Kashmir.



Date: 21 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Although democracy has displayed its success in the west, yet, it has proved fruitless in Pakistan due to politicians who keep on changing their loyalties for their selfish gains.

Past experience proves that our political parties have worked on undemocratic principles like hostility for the sake of hostility,



Date: 20 Sep 2014

Apart from standing crops, fruit trees, some farmers have lost everything and need immediate relief and rehabilitation

The preliminary assessments of the damages suffered in the agriculture sector in Jammu region have suggested that standing crops in fields, fruit trees and cash crops worth Rs 400 crore have been lost and about 13000 hectares of cultivable land has been washed away by floods.



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