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On a daily basis, certain vital events take places. This section tries to offer detailed, in-depth copies on those developments taking places. These could relate to politics, to a situation or new development of any consequence.

Cutting Through Pir Panjal, Longest Railway Tunnel Being Built in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: The 12.75 kilometre longest railway tunnel is being built in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ramban district with 60 per cent of the work complete,...

Why Anwar Ibrahim’s Appointment As Malaysia PM Is A Major Development?

SRINAGAR: On Monday, when the Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah drove the BMW to drive the host Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim to Seri...

‘1.35 Billion People At Risk Of Losing Hearing Sense Due To Headphones’

by Mujtaba Hussain SRINAGAR: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that over 50 per cent of people between the age group of 12 to...

Why Iran’s Hijab Unrest Is Gradually Becoming A Global Issue?

SRINAGAR: India abstained from voting on a United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution to set up a fact-finding mission to investigate the alleged...

CUK’s Infrastructure Woes Continue 

by Umaima  SRINAGAR: In over a decade, the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) still grapples with inadequate infrastructure affecting academic activities. Established in 2009, CUK started...

A Government Girls High School In Baramulla Has 3 Rooms For 11 Classes

by Mujtaba Hussain SRINAGAR: Government Girls High School in Saidpora village of Baramulla district has just three rooms for housing students of eleven classes leading...
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Back To Village: Budgam Locals Say Programme A Damp Squib

by Syed Abul Aala Bukhari BUDGAM: The residents of central Kashmir’s Budgam district are questioning the Back to Village initiative’s fourth round as their demands...

Five Coding Enthusiast School Students In Kashmir Develop LPG Leakage Detector

by Maleeha Sofi SRINAGAR: A group of five students of Government Middle School (GMS) Brar have developed a Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) leakage detector under...

KU Students Allege Internet Jammed In Campus

by Maleeha Sofi SRINAGAR: The students of the University of Kashmir (KU)  have been complaining about poor internet connectivity within the campus which is affecting...

Three Kashmir Scholars Awarded PM Research Fellowship

by Syed Ahmad Rufai SRINAGAR: Three Kashmiri scholars pursuing their Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) from Jamia Millia Islamia’s (JMI) Physics department have been awarded the...

Amid Rising Poverty, Hunger, Taliban Impose Sharia Law Punishments

SRINAGAR: Afghanistan’s supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada has ordered judges to fully implement aspects of the Islamic Sharia law against thieves amid the region’s 70...

Kashmir Scientist Inducted into Sigma Xi As Member

SRINAGAR: A Kashmiri scientist, Dr Syed Basharat Ahmad Shah has been nominated and admitted as a Full Member by the Sigma, an international, multidisciplinary...

This Fall, Saudi Arabia Hosting ‘Film Is Everything’ Red Sea Festival

SRINAGAR: Saudi Arabia is all set to host the second edition of the Red Sea International Film Festival (RSIFF) from December 1-10 in the...

Darab: Kashmir’s Last Persian Poet’s Treasure Trove Is On Display 41 Years After His...

by M Saleem Beg INTACH Kashmir has been involved in mapping, documenting and preserving the Cultural Heritage of Kashmir for the past two decades now....

Punjab Industrialists Moving To Jammu For Greener Pastures

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir government’s tax holiday along with a gamut of rebates for setting up industrial units in the union territory has...

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