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 the 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

Pulwama firing evokes widespread condemnation

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Dec 29: Army soldiers resorting to indiscriminate firing at unarmed civilians at Pulwama in south Kashmir on Friday in which 15 civilians were wounded has evoked a widespread condemnation.SALAHUDDIN More



  • Srinagar City

GOVT FINALIZES BUILDING PLAN FOR MOTHER & CHILDCARE HOSPITALS

HSCC to oversee upcoming Health institutions: Dwivedi

Srinagar, Dec 29: Government on Saturday finalized building plan for Mother and Childcare hospitals at Bemina here and said that work the ambitions project would be monitored by the Hospital Services Consultancy More




  • Jammu

NHRC puts Centre, State on notice

SecurityTo Sarpanchs, Panchs

Jammu, Dec 29:  Taking cognizance of the petition of RTI activist Raman Sharma regarding security of 33000 Panchs and Sarpanchs of Jammu and Kashmir, the National Human Rights Commission of India More



  • South Asia

Toxic cough syrup kills 12 more in Pak; toll 40

M ZULQERNAIN

Lahore, Dec 29: At least 12 more men have died after drinking adulterated cough syrup in Pakistan's Punjab province, taking the death toll since last month to 40, officials said today. The total number More



  • GKeducation&Careers

TOPPERS VIEWS

Girls once again outshined boys in the merit list of the recently announced results of class 10th board exam. First three positions were shared by seven girls, while 255 students made it to the merit list More



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