[email protected]: PDP Leaders Throng Shrines for Mufti

KL Photo Story SRINAGAR Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, J&K's ailing chief minster admitted in Delhi's AIIMS has already set the rumour mills on fire back in Kashmir. Amid speculations, PDP's partymen arranged special prayers for their patron on Wednesday. The venue was...

The Spring Bloom

If winter comes, can Spring be far behind, thus spake PB Shelly. Spring is at the door steps of Kashmiris with new hope of prosperous summer ahead. Kashmir Life’s Bilal Bahadur drove to central...

Bandipora: One Funeral, Three Deaths 

by Tasavur Mushtaq SRINAGAR: A day after the killing of BJP leader, his father and brother in north Kashmir’s Bandipora, on Thursday the Muslimabad village of the area witnessed the three funerals of a single-family. The...

Spare The Sufferer

For the last five weeks, nature has enforced the only priority on J&K – to manage the devastation of the floods that incidentally were historic. Tens of thousands of houses disappeared as more than...

A Musical Evening

The ongoing nine-day Kashmir Summer Tourism Festival 2014 (started with an aim to 'revive tourism' in the state) Sunday 'enthralled' the audience at Srinagar's SKICC with Sufi music performance by the best names in the genre....

Coronavirus: Lockdown Had an Impressive Restart in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: These sights are nothing new to Kashmir. What makes it different is that around 13 million people living in Jammu and Kashmir have joined millions of people within and outside India to stay...

‘Capturing’ the fort

Built atop Koh-e-Maraan hillock by Afghan Governor Atta Muhammad Khan in 1810, the Hari Parbat Fort was thrown open for public recently after twenty four years. It was occupied by paramilitary forces in 90's and...

K-Frames on Jan 26

Second successive January 26 under Governor’s in Kashmir triggered a traditional dual response: calmness amid clampdown. While roads gave a ghostly look in Srinagar and elsewhere, almost all state machinery was inside Bakshi Stadium...

Chillai Kalan’s First Frame

With temperature slashing several notches below the freezing point in Kashmir, there are frozen frames everywhere. Bilal Bahadur picked the spot of Drang in north Kashmir to tell the visual story of day one...

Rebuilding the shrine

Dastgeer Sahib Shrine in Srinagar’s Khanyar area caught mysterious fire on June 25, 2012. The flames subsequently reduced the 200-year-old shrine into a heap of rubble. And soon state government started restructuring the structure. After...

Time For Tulips

By describing Tulips as 'icing on the cake' in the 'city of gardens and flowers', Mufti Muhammad Sayeed Monday turned up at Zabarwan foothills with his better half to inaugurate the spring garden. Amid colourful flowers,...

In Pictures: Thousands offer Khawaja Digar at Naqahbandh Sahib in Downtown Srinagar

Srinagar Khawaja Digar, a special prayer, was on Wednesday offered at the Naqashbandh Sahib (RA) shrine in Downtown with thousands of devotees thronging the revered shrine for the congregational Asar Salah amid chilly weather. Braving cold...

Breaking Fast With Orphans

With holy month of Ramazan bidding adieu, Bilal Bahadur offers some shots detailing how orphans break their fast inside orphanages Political and military aspects of Kashmir conflict have multiplied orphanages in Kashmir over the years. With the...

Heavy Rainfall In Kashmir: A Photo Essay

by: Bilal Bahadur Srinagar: Heavy rainfall in Kashmir valley on Thursday brought some relief to the residents from scorching heat but the downpour affected normal life due to waterlogging in various areas of the valley.   Following the...

Gloomy Goodbye

Previous dusk’s flash came from silent neighbourhood of Srinagar’s Zakoora. It didn’t take forces much time to kill a guerrilla from Zewan and sent his body packing to his hometown only to trigger fresh mourning...

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