Browsing: Infrastructure

Governance
Generational Spill Over

A Rs 2.13 crore irrigation project approved by the Planning Commission in 1979 was initiated by Sheikh Abdullah in 1981,…

Infrastructure
Old Job, New Initiative

In order to revive state’s development narrative, the governor’s administration constituted a shell company that will raise Rs 8000 crore…

Energy
Transmission Tales

In order to ensure that the existing fragile and inadequate power transmission system to Kashmir has a back-up, a REC…

Infrastructure
Bypassing Livelihoods

As the people have started enjoying the ‘long drive’ on Kashmir’s first motorway, the alternative highway, saving time and fuel,…

Infrastructure
Forlorn, Forgotten?

Karnah belt that was flattened by the October 2005, earthquake is in a deep crisis for lack of credible accessibility.…

Infrastructure
Missed the Bus

Not being realised by the policy makers or the stake-holders, passengers using public transport waste a part of their life…

Cover Story
Distorting Srinagar?

As Srinagar is inching towards becoming a Smart City with emphasis on heritage and tourism, a revised Master Plan has…

Infrastructure
Patnitop Tamed

The 9.2 km long Chenani-Nashri tunnel will cut travel time between Srinagar and Jammu by two hours bypassing major hiccups…

Infrastructure
Google Gets In

With J&K exhibiting one of the highest cell phone penetration rates in India, data dependence is luring searching giant Google…

Governance
Work In Progress…

As Chief Minister announced that she will be monitoring 100 top projects across J&K, Tasavur Mushtaq investigates to find out…

Arts & Culture
0 Bridge 2.0

With Zero Bridge renovated at a sluggish pace in traditional Kashmiri architecture, it is almost a replica of Zaina Kadal…

Infrastructure
Railway Madam

What it is like being a female engineer in Kashmir? From being idolized in the peripheries to jeering city crowds…

Infrastructure
Set in Cement

Khrew’s rise to fame as Kashmir’s cement capital is dusted with promises, pain, rivalries, and choked lungs. Bilal Handoo tells…

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