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Media
Digital Dreams

As India starts to digitalize its cable network, people in Kashmir stick to cables for love of Pakistani channels. Safwat…

Films
Reliving The Past

As one of world’s oldest reel-news agency moves its 85000 motion films from safe houses to social media for free,…

Elections
‘Paper’ Tigers!

Is journalism a launching pad for politicians? Or are the two professions embedded eternally? As election fever grips valley, Bilal…

Careers
Exploring Ad space

Two childhood friends, Umar and Anil, separated by circumstances for over two decades, come together to find their creative space…

Culture
The ‘Sacred’ Seminar

Thirteen years after poet Agha Shahid Ali’s death Kashmir University finally dedicated a seminar to the ‘national poet’. But as…

Media
Half A Decade Later

 Readers, It is sheer coincidence that we have Shahid Afridi on our front page for all the controversy his sixers…

Media
My Unfinished Assignment

Syed Asma In June 2013 I proposed of having an interview with Mehbooba Mufti. In politics, Mehbooba is a great…

Media
Talking Images

A group of artists recently organised one day photography exhibition in Srinagar with an aim to provide platform to budding…

Films
Homecoming ‘Haider’

 It was Vishal Bardawaj’s Haider that helped Kashmiri artists revive their lost connections with their homeland. Shams Irfan meets three…

Films
Murmurs Of A Political Thriller

  Irfan Mehraj When mainstream Indian film-makers zoom their cameras on any political turmoil scouring the subcontinent’s landscape they come…

Media
Symphony of Discord

Zubin Mehta’s upcoming concert Ehsaas-e-Kashmir is in controversy.  While the German embassy see it as an apolitical musical event, separatists…

Media
Artist By Chance

Popularly known as Yasmeen after her lead role in the famous serial Eemandaar telecasted from Doordarshan Srinagar way back in…

Media
Preserving History

In a period spanning over half a century, Radio Kashmir became an inseparable part of Kashmir’s modern history and culture.…

Careers
Breaking Away From Tradition

Introduced in 2010, Srinagar’s Government College for Women has produced its first, all-girls batch of mass communication graduates who are…

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