SPECIAL REPORT

21 Years Later, Chopans of Kashmir Still Await ST Status

21 Years Later, Chopans of Kashmir Still Await ST Status

‘Our sister communities like Gujjar-Bakarwaals, Changpas of Ladakh and Gaddies of Himachal Pradesh are already enjoying their rights under the Scheduled Tribe list of 1991 but our community has been neglected for last several decades’

Crime Against Women Surges In Kashmir, Says NCRB Report

Crime Against Women Surges In Kashmir, Says NCRB Report

Pertinently, last year, 449 cases of kidnapping of women to compel them for marriage have also been registered. The shocking data has also revealed that 1744 cases of assault on women with intent to outrage modesty were also registered in J&K.

Children of Mountains: Why’re Their Teachers Disappointed?

Children of Mountains: Why’re Their Teachers Disappointed?

Even as the curb-stricken campuses have resumed their classwork in Kashmir, those living on mountains and meadows are still following the rugged routine that kept them going in the last three lockdown years.

Srinagar Going Green, But How Clean is the City?

Srinagar Going Green, But How Clean is the City?

In the backdrop of the recent eco-city announcement, the prevailing picture is only vindicating the global report terming Srinagar as one of the dirtiest cities in the world.

How Mirza Kamil Chowk Became Bihari Chowk

How Mirza Kamil Chowk Became Bihari Chowk

The square bearing the name of a saint has become a victim of the reckless name-calling over the years thus leaving the locals anguished and annoyed at the “new identity”.

In Photos | The Night When Rumours Finally Ended

In Photos | The Night When Rumours Finally Ended

Battling chronic ailments and house captivity for years, the top Hurriyat leader finally breathed his last at the age of 92. His passing became one of the hushed political farewells of Kashmir.

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