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‘Wasted Wizard’: Kashmir’s Cult Cricketer’s Comeback as Coach

‘Wasted Wizard’: Kashmir’s Cult Cricketer’s Comeback as Coach

At a time when a premier Kashmir cricket league is making noise around the world, a celebrated cricketer who could’ve been the first international star from the valley is busy boosting the contest. In his second coming, the ‘victim of the game’ has only become a guiding light for others.

With Shades of Persia, Kashmiri Handmade Fabric Persists Modernity

With Shades of Persia, Kashmiri Handmade Fabric Persists Modernity

Art and craft practices in Kashmir are not only markers but also the result of political, cultural, and artistic exchanges with erstwhile Persia and beyond. Over the past few centuries, these crafts have absorbed local tradition, resulting in a visual vocabulary that is Kashmir’s own.

‘Marvelous’ Elsewhere, Why Online Learning Is ‘Monotonous’ In Kashmir?

‘Marvelous’ Elsewhere, Why Online Learning Is ‘Monotonous’ In Kashmir?

With J&K administration once again extending closure of educational institutes till further orders, a recent parent-teacher highlighted the concerns of Kashmir students craving for campus life while grappling with “monotonous” online classes proving to be a “marvelous” learning experience elsewhere.

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