Aaqib Naseem

Fate of mobile schools for nomad’s children remains uncertain

To address the educational gap among transhumant tribal Gujjar and Bakarwal communities, the Jammu and Kashmir government in the 1970s had launched a mobile school programme to provide education facilities in the upper reaches.

Watch | Community classes keep studies going in Kupwara

In north Kashmir's Kupwara district, community classrooms are keeping the studies going as schools remains shut in the region due to outbreak of COVID19 infections. The community classrooms are...

‘No potable water for 32 years’: A north Kashmir village battling water borne diseases

For more than thirty-years, a village in north Kashmir is not receiving potable water but is forced to consume contaminated water, which is received from the borewells.  Local residents of...

Impact of online education on children with disabilities

"No doubt we impart education, speech therapies, and behavioral modifications through online mode to our students but it's not as effective as offline sessions."

“They returned him dead”: Family of Sopore shopkeeper seeks justice for his killing 

On Saturday morning, Manzoor Ahmad Shalla had taken his three-year-old son Hamad Manzoor along with him to attend to a customer at the shop. As he was taken to...