Seminar on Kashmiri contemporary short stories ends
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 15: A two-day seminar on Kashmiri contemporary short stories organized by the department of Kashmiri, Kashmir University concluded here on Wednesday.
Satisfied over the conclusion of the event, HOD Kashmiri department, Prof Majrooh Rashid said the seminar was an attempt to understand the rich literature in the form of short stories of Kashmir.
On the second day of the seminar, a technical session was held wherein research papers were read by Prof Mashaal Sultanpuri, Prof Nazir Ahmad Malik, Prof Bashir Athar, and Prof Yousuf Mashoor.
The concluding session was presided over by Prof Shafi Shauq.
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