Cyber Cell of J&K Police received 150 complaints from women between the age group 18-30 in the Covid-plagued year of 2020. The records reveal that four of these cases were serious crimes in which the first inquiry report was lodged against the accused.
The J&K Tourism Department is renovating and restoring the church under the Smart City Project. Officials say the renovation of the church is in its last phase.
Deserted by family, duped by imposters and devastated by natural fury, a specially-abled man from Kashmir fought his odds with his will and wheels to become a support for underprivileged class.
After the nightlong mourning that pushed them to protest on the Barzulla bridge in sub-zero temperature for their father’s dead body, two daughters of Mohammad Altaf Bhat of Old Barzulla are still crying a river over their sudden enforced orphan hood.
Despite crowding of coaching centres and growing race for competitive exams in the valley, why Kashmiri students end up losing time, money and mental calm?
The already existing breathless situation has increased this winter as people with underlying health conditions now have to take Covid precautions alongside their own precautions.
As the pandemic nears two years, there’s an increase in the number of students complaining of eye-related problems and complications due the increase in the screen-time for online classes.
Despite some serious charges slapped on Kashmiri students for their cheering act, legal experts say that the cases are completely untenable and that celebrating the result of a cricket match cannot be a criminal activity.
Kashmir’s silk odyssey might be lost in the downfall of the famed factory, but some native merchants are trying to create their own brand value by retaining the global interest in what was once the vibrant local sector of the valley. By Romaan Arora INSIDE his swanky South Delhi office, Tahir Mir, 37, demonstrates the […]
South Kashmir based trout farm is becoming one of the major revenue projects for addressing the growing fish appetite and making the valley self-sufficient.