Kashmir Through Pages: Five Upcoming Books To Watch Out For

The new literature on the Valley elucidates on recent major shifts as it also delves on few untold lessons in… Read More

January 30, 2021

Horror Fiction to Read in Winters 

Winter's isolating nature pushes us into a solitude that's often craving for more. Sometimes its dreariness also makes us yearn… Read More

January 9, 2021

Camus Over A Cup of Tea

In Agha Shahid Ali’s hometown, Albert Camus has been brewing the literal storm in a teacup since long now. Read More

January 1, 2021

Mirza Waheed Among 48 Writers Awarded SoA Grant

Kashmiri novelist Mirza Waheed is among 48 writers who have bagged a grant worth more than £ 185,000, (Aprox Rs 1,82,03,820) from… Read More

December 8, 2020

Rare Books Stolen By ‘Mission: Impossible’ Gang Returned To Owner

A trove of 240 rare books worth over $3.3 mn have been returned to their owners after they were stolen… Read More

November 10, 2020

‘The Butterfly of Paradise’ Authored by 10th Std Student Released  

'The Butterfly of Paradise' a novel authored by debutant Sadiah Nisar Shah, a 10th class Student of DPS Srinagar, was… Read More

November 3, 2020

A Book Which Seeks To Decode White Collar Crimes

In “You Just Got Cheated: Understanding White Collar Crimes”, commissioner of Income Tax Sibichen K Mathew seeks to provide insights… Read More

September 26, 2020

‘India in Turmoil’: Former Top Cop’s Kashmir Take

Late cop-governor Ved Marwah’s 12-year-old book, “India in Turmoil”, makes more sense than generic garbled opinions on Kashmir; however, a… Read More

September 22, 2020

Book On Tragedy Of Ashura Published After Over 500 Years  

The Rawadat al-Shuhada, a Persian book written over 500 years ago about the suffering and martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS)… Read More

August 24, 2020

Path to Past: 10 Books on Kashmir History for Summer Reading

In times of pandemic, here’s a list of ten history books one can pick up to revisit the past objectively… Read More

July 6, 2020