Samreen says she felt a “sense of calmness and peace since she has started to calligraph Islamic quotes and verses of the holy scripture”. / GK Photo

Meet Samreen Fareed, a newbie artist, who wants to calligraph Qur'an

Braving chill and snow locals rushed to the spot and rescued the trapped tourists. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Locals rush to rescue tourists after hotel catches fire on Dal banks in Srinagar

Mentors, Communication and Leadership

Gojwara residents decry increase in power tariff

Journalist without an ID Card

Zaira Hassan is a student of History and her love for culture and history of Kashmir has made her to preserve the identity of her homeland./ GK Photo

'Back to our Roots': Budgam girl's initiative to preserve centuries-old manuscripts

Snowfall replenishes Kashmir tourism industry

Ruhi Jan (L), 26 and Aqib Rehman (R), 24 are two visually impaired siblings from south Kashmir's Kulgam, who are setting an example. GK Photo

Visually-impaired siblings from south Kashmir's Kulgam setting an example

Rukaya's father taking her to the shop by pushing her wheelchair in north Kashmir's Baramulla district. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

31-year-old Rukaya: A wheelchair-bound 'Iron lady' inspiring confidence

If the 'Why' is powerful then the 'How' is easy

A woman cooking rice in Buntun (aluminium vessel) in Srinagar. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

Electric rice cookers make way for time-tested 'Buntun' and 'Laejvaer' as unscheduled power cuts become frequent in Kashmir

The residents of the area after losing hope in the administration have started to dig bore-wells in their homes/ GK Photo

Daulatabad residents dig borewells to end water woes