SPECIAL REPORT

Imprints of Kashmir Polls: ‘Welfare, Restoration, Tunnel…’

Imprints of Kashmir Polls: ‘Welfare, Restoration, Tunnel…’

For the first time since the abrogation of Article 370, District Development Council (DDC) polls saw return of the major electoral exercise in Kashmir for a triangular contest being fought for “development” versus “restoration”.

Dark Times: Power Cuts Getting Worse in Kashmir This Winter

Dark Times: Power Cuts Getting Worse in Kashmir This Winter

As unscheduled and prolonged power cuts have darkened the valley this early winter, the chief engineer of the power department says the fresh curtailment schedule, with lesser cuts than previous year, will be issued within three days.

Distress After Demolition: Homeless Tribals Fear For Future

Distress After Demolition: Homeless Tribals Fear For Future

As the recent controversial forest clearance drive fanned new tensions in the region with the likes of former chief minister making a quick jungle trip to plead the case of the tribals, the homeless gypsies fear for the next season when they will be returning to their summer pastures.

Sajood Sailani No More, His Plays Will Go On

Sajood Sailani No More, His Plays Will Go On

Counted among the legendary drama writers of Kashmir, like Akhtar Mohi Ud Din, Som Nath Sadhu and Pushkar Bhan, Sajood Sailani believed in the silent workmanship and enthralled his captive audience during the golden theatre movement in the valley.

PAGD’s Poll Partaking Amid 370 Din Renews Old Debate In Kashmir

PAGD’s Poll Partaking Amid 370 Din Renews Old Debate In Kashmir

After a political merchant drew parallels between the new political alliance and plebiscite front leader’s accord asylum, many wonder about the roadmap of the local unionists turned allies amid the relentless landscape alteration in the erstwhile state.

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