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.

Offshore Classes

Despite shutdown and lockdowns, many Kashmiri students and professionals have bagged fellowships to study at prestigious western universities, reports Syed Samreen Mohammad Tabish, 29, applied for the Chevening scholarship program on the last date. Little did...

Snow In January

Science and tradition suggest that early winter snowfall is good for Kashmir ecology but the fragile service delivery systems sent people crying, reports Yawar Hussain As the year’s first snowfall draped Kashmir, beginning on January...

Deaths By Drowning

Around 35 people, most of them minors, have drowned while bathing in streams and ponds to beat the scorching sun. This has triggered calls for the deployment of lifeguards near water bodies frequented by...

Probing The Toll

With Kashmir having massive morbidity and Jammu leading in the mortality, a puzzled government is trying its best to locate the reasons responsible, reports Masood Hussain The entry of the Covid19 causing virus into Kashmir...

Online MBBS

The pandemic has forced the students enrolled with offshore medical schools to study virtually from home. This is putting a question mark over their competence as future doctors, reports Farzana Nisar It is 6 am...

Jail Worries

With the septuagenarian separatist dying of Covid-19 in a Jammu jail, hundreds of families are worried across Kashmir. Now the political class has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send them home on parole,...

Living Dangerously

Timber smuggling is a lucrative but risky business. Many young men have lost their lives while smuggling timber. Hamidullah Dar explores the factors that lead men to put lives at risk for a living. Gull Mohammad...

Making Apple Rot

As the scab invaded Kashmir’s apple orchards, more than two-thirds of the crop is unworthy of the market. This fruit could easily be diverted to the industry for better use and reduce the loss...

Wise Decisions

Youngsters in Kashmir have started taking control of their education. This year, three students bagged UWC scholarships for International Baccalaureate diploma at select United World Colleges, reports Minhaj Masoodi Anayat Yousuf’s happiness knows no bounds....

Downsizing a high

Public awareness and official crackdown have brought down the narcotics production in south Kashmir districts, where large swathes of land were put under poppy and cannabis cultivation in last few years. Hamidullah Dar reports. Poppy...

Virtual Battles

As thousands of youngsters fight virtually on a noisy online platform, the PUBG has emerged a new crisis for parents. Even the health officials say it is gradually getting into an unmanageable challenge, reports...

Whodunit?

Nearly 14 years after people were expecting some sort of justice in the Panchalthan fake encounter but the army dismissed the CBI investigations saying there is no material evidence against its indicted soldiers. Analyzing...

Investment In Change

Investors are always on lookout for possibilities in a market. But in flood-devastated Kashmir that saw lot of investment across the sectors, three entrepreneurs jumped into areas which are challenging and apparently difficult. R...
A girl walks outside deserted Dooru hospital building. KL Image by Shah Hilal

A Model Wasted

Deep down south, the government invested heavily in creating a model health centre. As it is waiting for inauguration, part of the precious equipment has expired being used even once, in the last three...

Drought storm

In Pakistan IFTIKHAR GILANI finds why water issue is upping the ante against India along with the longstanding Kashmir issue. On my way back to hotel from Punjab University Lahore, taxi driver Deen Mohammad turned...

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