Reviving a Kashmiri literary magazine

Neab has been a torchbearer of modern writing in Kashmiri

Majid Maqbool

In October 1968, Neab, a literary magazine in Kashmiri language was born in Srinagar. The publication, which went on to become a trend-setter magazine, was one among the numerous achievements of its founder, Amin Kamil, a literary figure of repute in Kashmir and a rare writer in any language. After More

Hurriyat’s Pak sojourn

Will New Delhi now reciprocate?

Abid Bashir

Amid criticism from various quarters, Hurriyat Conference (M)  has concluded its Pakistan sojourn with a claim that it has managed to “break  ice” on Kashmir— garnered “huge support” from all political parties in Pakistan and those in Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) for accepting Kashmiris More

  • Kashmir

‘2012 most peaceful year since eruption of militancy’

Police data reveals zero incidents of violence in five Valley districts

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Dec 27: Steep decline in militancy-related incidents in the Valley continued through 2012, bringing the killings to all time low. Interestingly, five districts of the Valley did not record a More



  • Srinagar City

Choked drains at Naveedabad irk inhabitants, authorities mute

‘Drainage mess has affected our social relationships’

MUKEET AKMALI

Srinagar, Dec 27: Despite spending crores of rupees on construction of drainage system in Srinagar, most of the drains in many localities here are choked in absence of regular cleaning.  Inhabitants More




  • South Asia

Bilawal makes formal entry into Pak politics

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Islamabad, Dec 27:  Slain former premier Benazir Bhutto's 24-year-old son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari today made his formal entry into Pakistani politics, pledging to protect his country and its fledgling More



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