Suhail Khan’s advent as a silent servant of art is a stirring saga in the valley full of legends. He harnessed his creative powers after a childhood disability rendered him specially-abled child. Years later, a flurry of feat has made him a talismanic talent in town.
After the JK Pollution Control Board was downgraded into the Pollution Control Committee early this year, why absence of a Kashmiri member in this newly-formed body is termed as a “reflection of discriminatory mindset”.
Is Srinagar Municipal Corporation violating water conservation laws by draining untreated liquid waste into Doodhganga? Find out in this episode of Inkishaf.
People of Jammu and Kashmir are deprived of basic services inspite of legislation guaranteeing public services. Much of this has to do with the frozen status of Public Service Guarantee Act (PSGA).
Is the food we eat safe for consumption? Is the quality of food checked before it reaches us? Are there any measures taken to ensure that the safety and hygiene of food is not compromised? This week’s “Full Circle” addresses such questions head on.
Kashmir’s wait for Robotic surgery is finally ending as the recent workshop attended by 130 medical delegates in Government Medical College, Srinagar stressed the need for innovation in medical field.
After recent Class-IV posts witnessed around 4 lakh applications, the shortlisted applicants with qualification higher than 10+2 were dramatically debarred from the final selection list. The decision has not only come as a rude shock to thousands of “overqualified” unemployed youth of Kashmir, but also ended a small window of opportunity for the valley’s young and restless.
First water bus has been launched in Srinagar on a trial basis to revive water transport in Kashmir. Brought from New Zealand, the three bus boats will serve as an alternate mode of transport in the city grappling with congested roads and heavy road traffic.
What used to be a way of life in Kashmir is now making a galloping comeback driven by an epic drama.
Solid Liquid Waste Management in rural areas of Kashmir is not picking up inspite of adequate fund availability with Govt of India. As the muck and mess is mounting, many are wondering about the state of scheme under national flagship programme, Swachh Bharat Mission Grameen.