Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Baba Gund village of Kupwara district, north Kashmir is surrounded by long paddy fields and has a thin population. This small village in Valley has stayed, astonishingly, a foot away from conflict for a long time. On 28 February,...
Photos By: Zafar Dar Clashes erupted between government forces and protesters in Nowhatta and Anantnag areas of Kashmir valley soon after congregational Friday prayers were over. Eyewitnesses said soon after congregation Friday prayers were over hundreds of youth came out of...
Photographs by Mudassir Maqbool A minor was killed earlier today while four others received injuries in a mysterious blast in south Kashmir’s Shopian district. He has been identified as 11-years-old Salik Khurshid, son of Khurshid Ahmad, a resident of Meemander Shopian. An...
Meet Abdul Khaliq Kumar, hailing from Chaar-e-Shareef area of district Budgam, 29 kilometers from Srinagar, known for his pottery. Kumar began practicing this skill at the age of 13 and continues it even at the age of 63 today....
After nine years of war, which began with the intervention of the Soviet Union in 1979, Afghanistan entered a new round of political turbulence,  full of intensive conflicts. The country whose economics have been entirely paralyzed, sacrificed too many...
Shopian: Rayees Ahmad Ganie, who used to work as a laborer, was shot at in head by army personnel on last Saturday during a protest. He succumbed to his injuries today morning at a hospital in Srinagar. On Wednesday, at...
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Sunday placed strict restrictions in the civil lines area of summer capital Srinagar to stop Muharram processions of Shia community. The processions have been banned since the armed rebellion started in the region. Shia...
Arsalan Sideeq would come back from school and see his grandmother first — everything else was secondary for a 10-year-old child. "He has forgotten his dreams and the purpose of life,” said his father, Mohammad Sideeq.  “He is only...
Every year thousands of workers from various states of India, mostly Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, come to Kashmir for work. They work as barbers, carpenters, masons, embroidery workers, or in several other skilled fields. Bricks are made in Kashmir,...
Today, thousands of people from parts of Kashmir—men, women, and children, all alike—thronged Noorpora village in Tral, 37 kilometers away from Srinagar, to attend the last rites of Ansar Ghazwatul-Hind’s founder and chief, Zakir Musa, after body was handed...
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