Partav –Reviving Kashmiri Cinema

‘Only a life lived for others is worth living’

Arif Shafi Wani

Childhood memories leave an indelible mark on one’s mind. And for some these memories become a guiding force in life. As a boy, Dilnawaz Muntazir of Kaichrazgir in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district was an ardent watcher of French and Iranian films depicting social life and culture of the two countries More

Failure of government schools

You cannot blame the teachers and close the matter, there are other factors responsible for this failure

Manzoor Raashid

With the jubilation having ebbed out, many questions haunt regarding the results of class 10th. Many attribute it to the performance of private schools and the picture of government schools is perhaps as black as it is painted. The whistle we want to blow on general public is that infrastructure More

Pedestrian Safety in J&K

As per Statistics J&K has the highest number of pedestrian injuries

Er Mubashir Jan

 Mr Ashiq, 34, was shopping on the evening prior to Eid, with his family. His wife and children alighted from the car, crossed the road and were waiting for him while he found a parking place. After parking his car, he crossed the road in a hurry and could not judge the speed of the oncoming More

Beware of TV content

Need for parents to act responsibly

Sajjad Bazaz

Delhi gang rape has sent shivers down the spine of everyone. Of course, it’s a matter of huge concern. But a few questions loom large and are yet to be answered. Is this a challenge only to government and law and order authorities to curb this menace? Why these incidents are growing alarmingly?

  • Kashmir

PDD to outsource power distribution in JK

Move Aimed To ‘Arrest T&D Losses, Curb Power Theft’


Srinagar, Jan 7: After failing to bring down Transmission and Distribution (T&D) losses in the State, the Power Development Department has decided to outsource distribution of electricity across Jammu More

  • Srinagar City

Drainage system breaks down at Bonpora Batamaloo

Inhabitants suffer, authorities in slumber


Srinagar, Jan 7: Inhabitants of Bonpora Batamaloo here are facing immense inconvenience due to defunct drainage system and dilapidated roads.    The aggrieved inhabitants said the lanes More

  • Jammu

More deaths due to road mishaps than militancy in JK: DGP


Jammu, Jan 7: Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed more deaths in traffic accidents than due to militancy in the last one decade, state Director General of Police (DGP) Ashok Prasad said Monday. “Traffic More

  • South Asia

Pak lodges protest with Indian HC



Islamabad, Jan 7: Pakistan today lodged a protest over what it described as an "unprovoked Indian attack" on one of its military posts along the Line of Control, a claim which the Indian Army has rejected More

  • World

China asks India-Pak to talk


Beijing, Jan 7: China on Monday said it hopes India and Pakistan will hold talks and solve their differences in a calm and proper manner following a firing incident in Kashmir. As a neighbour and More

  • Baramulla

Baramulla demands traffic signals, dividers


Baramulla, Jan 7: Residents of this north Kashmir town have urged the authorities to install traffic signals and road dividers to curb the frequent traffic jams in the area. "The need of the hour More

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