Special Report

Kashmir life is a weekly news and information magazine that covers special reports, Kashmir history, news updates, live updates and latest research papers on Kashmir.

A Sweeping Shift

In anticipation of the tabling of the proposed public universities bill in the Lok Sabha, Yawar Hussain interacted with the academicians to understand how they see the sweeping shifts in governance mechanisms of major...

Remodelling Universities 

A draft bill is making sweeping changes in the system of managing the universities in Jammu and Kashmir, reports Yawar Hussain The newly formulated Jammu and Kashmir Public Universities Bill 2022 has proposed to give more...

Road Disruptions

For two days, Kashmir was restive over the inordinate delay in the passage of apple-laden truck convoys on the ailing old highway. While the growers are now facing the music for an instant glut...

The Road Scare

Unless the road-keepers and the traffic managers will not sit with the stakeholders and identify the issues to be tackled, driving in the hills will continue spilling the blood Every time, there would be a...

Tread With Care

Under a uniform academic calendar, March Session has been reintroduced in Kashmir. Concerned citizens believe it will deprive students of around 70-days of learning and teaching and eventually can reduce the impact and better...

Congress in Crisis?

India’s grand old party was always in crisis in Jammu and Kashmir. Recently in wake of the appointment of a new PCC Chief, there were resignations and a lot of criticism. Days later, Ghulam...

Kashmir’s Milk Belt

Abundant with nutrient-rich fodder and not far away from Srinagar, the major Kashmir market, a cluster of villages in Pulwama have emerged as key milk suppliers. Offering financial stability, and a better socio-economic profile,...

The New Voters?

While the elections to Jammu and Kashmir’s skirted assembly are not taking place soon, the special summary revision of voters is expected to be over by the 2022 end. Though the process is yet...

Warming Up Sessions

It is too early to predict that an election will take place in Jammu and Kashmir but the political parties are working overtime to get their cadres ready, reports Tahir Bhat “No, I have not...

Recruitment Racket

With the selection list of police sub-inspectors already binned, there are strong possibilities that the Finance Accounts Assistant list and also the JE selection process may also be trashed. While the protests continue, the...

The Amarnath Flood

Reviving memories of the 1996 tragedy, the flash flood – the third since 2015, near the cave shrine of Amarnath killed 15 pilgrims and injured many more. Authorities and Kashmir’s political class, however, are...

Yatra 2022

After a hiatus of more than two seasons, the Amarnath Yatra has started. With the administration anticipating the highest number to visit the cave shrine, the overall focus remains on the security aspect of...

Stressed Schooling

A series of decisions taken with regard to the private school education sector has brought back the debate over how Kashmir is going to implement the universalisation of basic education, reports Tahir Bhat Owing to...

The Nupur Storm

Badmouthing has evolved into a new trend in politics but it always remained an internal sovereign issue till a ruling party spokesperson breached an invisible line and hurt the Muslim feelings the world over....

Targeted Killings

Sections within non-local staffers and migrant Pandits serving Kashmir have left the Valley in wake of a series of targeted killings. The government says it will improve the security situation, create more safe zones...

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