Helpless and Left alone

She doesn’t even have sufficient money to pay for her medicine

FAHEEM UN NISA

For a woman in her mid-forties, Neelofar (name changed) has faced a lot of hardships in life. And she continues to suffer. Being the eldest of five daughters and two sons, Neelofar was her parents’ favorite child.  Daughter of a wealthy businessman in Maharaj gunj, she enjoyed a luxurious lifestyle More

The difficulty of being a fisherwoman

There is only hardship for us, she says, only hardship

Zarka Shabir

Amira Kadal Bridge is dotted with people. Men sit on one side of the bridge. An assortment of glossy watches, sunglasses and an endless row of golden chains is spread out in front of them. They gesture passer bys to glance at what they have to offer. And when faced with refusal, they slump back again More

  • Kashmir

‘Will fight to prove innocence of my son’

MUDASIR YAQOOB

Srinagar, July 18: Sheikh Ghulam Nabi, father of Sheikh Farhat, who was awarded life imprisonment by Kolkatta Court earlier this week, on Thursday said he would approach the higher court to seek justice More



  • Srinagar City

City traders condemn Gool killings

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, July 18: While there was a spontaneous shutdown in the Srinagar markets Thursday against the killing of people in Gool, Ramban area of Jammu province, the traders’ fraternity in this summer Capital More




  • Jammu

JK proposes 16 prestigious road projects under CRF

ARVIND SHARMA

Jammu, July 18: Jammu and Kashmir government has proposed 16 vital road projects before the Union government under the centrally sponsored scheme, Central Road Fund (CRF) for 2013-14.  Official sources More



  • PaK

Kasana subjected to custodial killing: Salah-ud-din

Muzaffarabad, July 18: The Chairman of United Jihad Council Syed Salah-ud-din on Thursday alleged that Hizb militant Shakeel Kasana was subjected to custodial killing. “Those involved in this heinous More



  • South Asia

Another Jamaat leader in Bangla charged with 1971 war crimes

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Dhaka, July 18: Bangladeshi prosecutors today slapped six war crime charges, including genocide, against a senior leader Jamaat-e-Islami, a day after the party's second-highest ranked official was sentenced More



  • World

India-Pakistan ties crucial for Afghan peace: Cameron

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

London, July 18: British Prime Minister David Cameron has said India and Pakistan can play a "crucial role" to bring peace to Afghanistan through their resumed bilateral dialogue process. “India and More



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