After some emotionally-charged attendants roughed up healthcare workers in a Srinagar hospital lately, the medical staff responded with a shocking strike amid Covid crisis. Even as doctors are back on duty, the move has triggered a mixed response at a time when unavailability of some ‘vital drug’ is leaving the valley breathless
Following New Delhi’s formal domicile law notification on April this year, Jammu and Kashmir administration’s latest fast-track resident-ship certificate procuring exercise has drawn a sharp retort from local unionists, while leaving people aghast and angry
As the ongoing lockdown is set to change how we read books Chairman and CEO of Gulshan Books, Kashmir Sheikh Aijaz talks about his book business, the growing enquires, and his future plans
As a chronic case of the indoor kite-flying, attempts were made to demonise Rainawari family and their neighbourhood after an elderly lady became latest Covid-19 victim in Kashmir on April 28. But beyond the brooding Red Zone that curtly emerged to chagrin of concerned locals, a sense of viral stigma fuelled by fake news has gripped the valley today.