Thriving on Dal

From traditional items like Kashmiri shawls, saffron, walnut and paper machie to a simple cup of tea, dozens of mobile shikara shops rowing on the Dal Lake offer the tourists a complete package to make More...

by Chasfeeda Shah | Published 22 hours ago

Creditable Dialogue

In an atmosphere of internecine violence and deep-rooted pessimism, Dineshwar Sharma’s visit to the Valley unravelled along expected lines: The Hurriyat turned down offer of talks More...

Return of ‘Enforced Disappearances’

The mysterious disappearance of a 20-year old Lolab boy from the Army custody has brought back focus on the extra-judicial tactic of subjecting ‘non-conformist subjects’ More...

Playing With Fire

The Centre’s hideous dithering in the apex court on Article 35A has pushed Kashmir on the brink, and its ally, the PDP, in an awkward position. Striking down the law will More...

Restoring Delhi’s Credibility

The appointment of new interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma by New Delhi has created a new confusion among the people of Kashmir. This is not the first interlocutor appointed by Delhi. More...

Decoding the Truth of Conflict

Reporters and scholars must remain wary to the parties involved in any conflict who often intentionally try to influence reporting in more subtle and manipulative ways than outright More...

Dal Lake 

Dal Lake is largest water body in Srinagar, which is uniquely placed. It has majestic Zabarwan hills in the backdrop, whose More...

Bangus Valley

For those who love watching cattle grazing, Bangus valley is the stop. Spread over 20 km with the width of 15 km, Bangus has More...

Talks with Hurriyat

As centre seems to mull political engagement to address the deepening crisis in Kashmir, it will...

The Al-Qaeda Effect

The public spat between Zakir Musa and the Hurriyat was followed by the ‘revelation’ that Al-Qaeda...

Under The Shade of Gun

  A dreary experience can leave deep imprints on your life and how you lead it,...

SMC’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’

In his widely broadcast programme, ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Srinagar Municipal More...

Rescue Squads

No sooner does the news of encounters spreads than an army of young boys, and even girls, attempt to break the..

Paying the Cost

Diverse groups of students, entrepreneurs, small businesses and even the government functionaries suffer due to the often-invoked ban on the internet,..

‘Building Brand “Parsa’s” to help economy, create employment’

Social media turned fast-food chain Kathi Junction’s Sarah City Centre outlet into a ‘must-visit’ More...

JK Bank, SMVDU-TBC sign MoU to fund Start-ups

Srinagar, Oct 10: J&K Bank and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Technology Business Incubation Centre (SMVDU-TBIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding..

Industry on Crutches 

While the New Industrial Policy 2016 offers a new framework to address the problems of industrial development in Jammu and Kashmir,..

Grappling with Power Crisis

JANUARY 2013 By Kainat Mushtaq In the depth of the bitterly cold winter Mehbooba’s family sits around a kerosene stove to..

Cognizable and Non Cognizable Offences

Under the Criminal Procedure Code, offences can be classified on the basis of the following three criterions; Cognizable and Non Cognizable..

The Kaks of Pakistan team

  By Rameez Bhat Cricket is a game of professionalism. It is meant for offering splendid action. We have witnessed so..
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