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EID MUBARAK: KPs Came Together to Greet Their Valley Brethren

EID MUBARAK: KPs Came Together to Greet Their Valley Brethren

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, many Kashmiri Pandits from different parts of the world came together to wish their Muslim brethren of the valley a happy festival. Among them are some prominent KP faces, known for their creative craft and contribution

Encounter in Srinagar- A Photo Feature

Encounter in Srinagar- A Photo Feature

The encounter began around 2 AM after a joint team of the CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police launched a cordon and search operation in Kani Mazar locality of Nawakadal area in Srinagar city following inputs about the presence of militants

Lockdown in Photos: Pir Panjal Peaks Smile Over Sullen Srinagar

Lockdown in Photos: Pir Panjal Peaks Smile Over Sullen Srinagar

Beyond coils of concertina wire symbolizing another day of battered lockdown in Srinagar, the appearance of Pir Panjal peaks has come as a captive sight to behold amid pandemic. What used to hide behind the blanket of bad air has now emerged on the horizon to the delight of sightseers

Faith in Lockdown: Not the Same Ramzan in Kashmir

Faith in Lockdown: Not the Same Ramzan in Kashmir

The vibrant mosques and markets during Ramzan in Kashmir have become subdued in pandemic. Absence of festive community spirit and congregational entreaty has further reduced the revered month for Muslims as an act of individual veneration

Unknown Number: The Pestering Phone of Valley – a Photo Essay

Unknown Number: The Pestering Phone of Valley – a Photo Essay

The newsy Cyber Police Station of Kashmir was in the middle of a grim exchange yesterday after an educator from Doda asked its chief to intervene in the ‘growing’ harassment cases. The exchange motivated a young multimedia journalist from Srinagar to canvas the case of eve-teasing in shades and shadows

Photo Essay: Challenges in Kashmir’s Covid-19 Combat

Photo Essay: Challenges in Kashmir’s Covid-19 Combat

In an ongoing viral war, Kashmir’s frontline suffered a dent on Tuesday when one of its doctors was tested positive for Covid-19. The case has once again highlighted the tightrope walk for Kashmir’s healthcare specialists in the fight against the fatal entity

Withering Tulips at the Foothills of Misty Zabarwan

Withering Tulips at the Foothills of Misty Zabarwan

Thirteen years after Siraj Bagh became Indira Gandhi Memorial Garden, 1.3 million tulips are withering without catching an eye. As pandemic enforced a new lockdown, the festive flowers have lost both their eager audience and admiration.

In Photos: Ramrods of Kashmir’s Red Zones

In Photos: Ramrods of Kashmir’s Red Zones

As distant shadows of their masked tribe of yore, the new vigilantes in Kashmir are out on streets to regulate the ‘viral’ movement.

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