Govt aims to take industrial revolution to next level in J&K: Manoj Sinha

LG launches ''Elderline"-14567 for senior citizens in J&K

‘Committed for welfare of all sections of society’

Tarigami calls latest orders of JK admin on employees’ arbitrary decision

In a statement he said, agovernment employee is a tool to implement policies of the government. If the same employee is made a suspect by doubting him and putting him in the basket of suspicion repeatedly, it will adversely affect his working and in turn affect overall functioning of the government.

Cloud of suspicion in work against JK employees will affect work-culture: NC

The latest order, he said, is another addition to the “laws of exception” being thrusted on people of JK.

Aim to promote Kashmiri music at int’l level: Jaan Nissar

Life is a journey of self-discovery, finding out who we are, what we are best at, and how we can make a difference in this world. To embark on such a journey one has to listen to his/her heart. In today’s edition of Rising Kashmir, we spotlight an individual who listened to his heart to pursue his dreams in the world of music. Known by a popular Kashmiri song “Harmukh Bartal”, Jaan Nissar Lone, a resident from north Kashmir’s Baramulla district completed his post–graduation in music from Trinity College London and on his return helped a great deal to revive Kashmiri Sufi music. He established his own music company “AR Music Studios” which is one of the first music record labels from Jammu and Kashmir aiming to blend Sufi traditions with modern acoustics. Settled in Mumbai, he has established himself as a Bollywood music director, producer and playback singer. He has composed music/sung for hit OTT series The Family Man Season-1.

Rufy Khan: Kashmiri director making mark in film industry

Shahnawaz Baqal aka Rufy Khan, actor and director from the Shalimar area of Srinagar has made a name for himself after working in Bollywood blockbusters and award-winning films during his 13 years stint in the industry. After starting his career as a model in 2007 when he was just a teenager, his works have been released the world over in different cinema halls, film festivals, and OTT platforms.

Water detoxifies skin naturally: Dr Iram Qazi

Acne, commonly known as pimples or breakouts, is a common skin condition that involves the hair follicles and oil producing glands of skin known as sebaceous glands. These glands secrete oil that keeps the skin moist. Acne is caused when these glands get clogged with oil, debris and dead cells. The sebum or oil produced by oil glands normally travels through the hair follicles to the skin surface via the follicular or skin pores. Acne occurs when these skin pores get clogged with oil, dead cells and skin bacteria. Other factors that contribute to acne include hormonal changes, some medicines, cosmetics, diet and stress. Hormonal acne in women happens due to fluctuations in hormone levels. Acne may seem a common condition mostly associated with teens or young adults. However, there are cases wherein acne persists even in adulthood especially in women. To figure out what may be causing your acne breakouts; Misabah Bhat had one-on-one conversation with Dr Iram Qazi, MD Dermatology, Venere