Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Two Maestros of Kashmiri Music

Muhammed Ramzan Joo Ustad Ramzan Joo was from Kaka Soth, Jamallata, Srinagar. He was born in 1881 and died on December 7, 1971. Belonging to...

India can’t win hearts

"Future of the great nation," reads a hoarding of the Operation Sadbhavana project in a military base lawns near the Palhallan village in the...
Burhan Wani's grave in Tral, a few meters away from his home. Photograph by Vikar Syed

“Abuji, I’m sorry I couldn’t fulfill your promise”

By Muda Tariq and Tamana Qari “Abu ji, I’m sorry I couldn’t fulfill your promise,” a militant son tells his father. On 1 April 2018, a...

Psychological impact on Kashmir’s youth

The Kashmir conflict has shaped the unconscious psychology of the entire Indian-administered-Kashmiri population. It imposes an important question of how the current political situation in the valley has and is psychologically affecting the youth, causing many mental health problems.

The Child Who Never Came Home

By Yusra Khan Sitting in a corner, she peeps through the open window of her blue-walled room all the time. She wants to be the...

Children of conflict bear the brunt

By Fahad Shah Ten-year-old Hafiz Parvez  wants to attend school but deems the freedom struggle even important. “I want to see Independent Kashmir then I...

We Will Live There Again In Peace

Nagrota (Jammu): Constructed on 716 kanals of land in Jagti, Nagrota- in the outskirts of Jammu city, the Mini Township for Kashmiri Pandits has...

“Tell Modi, he should give us freedom”

Ten-year-old Zahan pulls out his “gun” from the folds of cloth kept next to his school bag. Cleaning it thoroughly, Shameema, his mother, puts...

Students’ Love For Literature

    By Iymon Ganaie With Basharat Peer’s Curfewed Night, Kashmir’s English writing broke the shell and registered its place on the world literary map. Mirza...

Kounsarnag: A trekking or holy spot?

Kousarnag - one of the highest altitude springs of Kashmir Valley situated at a height of 12,140 feet above the sea level, some 120...