Ghulam Nabi Khayal

Kashmir is being gradually deprived of its rich cultural heritage with historical authenticity, probably, by unseen hands which have clandestinely taken away all such priceless finds to other provinces in the country, reportedly, under the pretext of their scientific examination to authenticate their age, period and significance. PNK Bamzai says about the excavation and finds in Burzahama that in the first instance a ... ...Read

Winter vacations

Dear Editor,Education authorities are not revealing the time table as when the schools are supposed to be closed for win ... Read

Constituencies and Portfolios

Apart from the merits and demerits of coalition governments, there is yet another development in regional politics that ... Read


Dear Editor,

This is regarding the neglect shown to heritage sites in Kashmir in general and in Srinagar in particular. Some old buil ... Read

A day of endless travel

Nasir Ahmed

Traveling has always been my passion since childhood. I would always envy people who got the opportunity of travelling ... Read

Boy fakes own kidnapping to escape parent-teachers meet

Rising Kashmir News

Udhampur, Nov 30: A 15-year-old boy Monday allegedly faked his own kidnapping to escape the parent-teachers meet in his school and was lat ... Read

CSC will soon finalise draft proposal on PaK refugees, migrants

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Nov 30: A cabinet sub-committee will soon hold a meeting to make its final recommendations for a draft proposal on rehabilitatio ... Read

Bovine transportation banned in Jammu

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Nov 30: The District Magistrate of Jammu Siandeep Singh today banned transportation of bovine from Jammu district to other distr ... Read

Solid waste management plan for Jammu discussed

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Nov 30: Divisional Commissioner Jammu Dr Pawan Kotwal convened a meeting to discuss the action plan for Solid Waste Management i ... Read

Facing ‘apathy’ Lal Chowk traders float AHROL

Mir Basit Hussain

Srinagar: After facing “apathy” at the hands of the government and other trader bodies, Lal Chowk traders in an unprecedented move ... Read

Govt hospitals unaffordable, charge hefty sum from poor patients: DAK

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar: Terming the government hospitals as unaffordable to poor patients, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) President, Dr Nissa ... Read

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