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Muhammad Mukaram  The In-charge Medical Superintendent (MS), District Hospital (DH) Pulwama, is under the scanner.  He has been asked to report his factual position within 10 days over allegedly 'misleading' the higher authorities about his spouse's transfer.  In one of...
Reacting to the threats on Kashmir by Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri, the External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said India’s security forces are capable and equipped to protect the country’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.  “We keep hearing of such threats and it is...
Located in the most sensitive area of Kashmir, the Union Defence Ministry has approved operation of civilian flights from strategic Awantipora airfield, the  airbase managed by Indian Air Force. A written reply by the Union Minister of State Defence, Shripad Naik’s to...
After the scorching spell of harsh summer the administration of Jammu and Kashmir has announced summer break for schools falling in  Kashmir valley and Jammu division. The order issued by the School Education Department Says,
Calling Kashmir a dispute between India and pakistan, Farooq Abdullah calls for a dialogue between the two rival neighbors. Denouncing the military might, Abdullah the Member parliament from Srinagar said Kashmir is a dispute and needs to be resolved through a dialogue.
By Zeenish Imroz Inside a public park at district Budgam, Mubeena’s foot size is being measured. Also, a tailor has arrived to take measurements so that her trousseau is done accordingly. She looks uncomfortable till some 15-20 girls made a circle around her and the tailor, to form...
With the beginning of 46-day Amarnath Yatra, the highway has once again started holding commoners in Kashmir hostage to the host of conditions—notorious being the cane-controllers. Despite official utterances and assurances, Kashmir’s only surface connection with the world is now derailing the normal pace of life in the valley.
After becoming a rallying cry of justice last year, the outrageous rape-and-murder case of eight-year-old Muslim nomad girl headed to its conclusion on June 10, 2019, when six of the seven accused were convicted by the Pathankot court. by Saqib Bashir
As a mindless classroom routine in Kashmir, students are often taught the outdated concepts which affect their aptitude, attitude as well as altitude in life. Here, an English Literature student recounts her tryst with the absurd history lessons on English Literature having least relevance in the contemporary times.
Amid desperate attempts of revamp and restructuring, a classroom has appeared on the waters of River Jhelum in Srinagar where a young woman is trying to impart the importance of Humanities, critical thinking and judicious learning among the valley’s young and receptive class. By...
India had requested Pakistan to let Prime Minister Modi's aircraft to fly over its airspace to Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan where he has to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit on June 13-14.
For the sixth straight month China’s vast gold stockpile saw an ongoing increase, The nation’s stockpile is being valued at $79.83 billion. In tonnage terms that marks an increase of 15.86 tons, after almost 58 tons of gold were added over the five months through April.
It took a young Srinagar-based photojournalist an extensive foot journey spanned over different seasons in different parts of City to capture children in different action. The outcome in ten frames outlines childhood in Kashmir in different expressions. By Aamina Altaf I began...