Sexual assault victims left with deep mental scars

Kashmir also had its #MeToo moment with several women speaking up against their tormentors As the new dawn sets in the summer of 2012, the whole Kashmir gets immersed in the festivity of Eid. The...

Art in Dark

Kashmir is the valley of infinite stories but due to rising indifference toward the art forms, the stories of the Valley are going unheard, Dyuti Khulbe in her in-depth piece on Kashmir cinemas, art, and...

Education breeds hope, it was said, and hope breeds peace, it was said.

Not when it comes to Kashmir, a place where every second exam is mired in controversies, partly due to callous attitude of the people at helm and partly because of the students who are...

SKUAST(K) to develop herbal garden at one school in each district

SRINAGAR, DECEMBER 24: Vice Chancellor, Sheri- Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology (SKUAST) Professor Nazeer Ahmed today said that environmental education is a dividend to save the natural heritage of Kashmir. The V-C expressed...

The lost trails  

Prashasti Awasthi looks into the reasons why the symbols of Hinduism in Kashmir are vanishing despite the religion’s rich history in the region Kashmir is often known to be the symbolic representation of heaven, beautifully painted...

KAS Results: Why blackmail, why fear?

Ideally, I should be preparing for my KAS interview and not writing this piece. But I am not. Instead, I am forced to write this piece due to the campaign of disinformation that has...

Advisor Ganai holds marathon public hearing at Srinagar

SRINAGAR, DECEMBER 24: Advisor to the Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai on Monday listened to people’s issues here at a marathon weekly public hearing. Several delegations called upon Advisor Ganai—urging him to direct administration to act swiftly...

Migrant Labour

By Javed Dar While there are no exact official figures about the nonlocal labourers working in Kashmir's brick kilns,  rough estimates suggest that thousands of workers are engaged at these kilns across the state. The living...

Lagama’s Unity

Dyuti Khulbe brings out a story of Kashmiri Muslims of a north Kashmir village, who are helping build a Pandu temple, the second-largest temple of Kashmir after Shankaracharya while making monthly contributions. “Aham Brahmasmi,” says Naik Baba climbing upstairs that lead to...

Marriage and domestic violence

Sheikh Mudasir Amin paints a grim picture of domestic violence against women and backs it up with the disturbing figures of the past seven years released by J&K Police. The institution of marriage is losing its...

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