Video Volunteers reporting helps to stop illegal mining of sand and minerals from a Shopian riverbed in Kashmir
Kashmir and its bat industry, one of the only two regions in the world where willow grows, provides livelihood to thousands of people in the valley.
Illegal sand-mining in a tributary of Jhelum poses long term threat not just for the environment but for south Kashmir's sustainability.
Locals from Kupwara, Jammu and Kashmir were forced to scan their fingerprints for ration despite a suspension order from the government.
If Jammu and Kashmir is remote and disconnected, wait till you read about Kashmir's Gurez valley.
Our community correspondent reports on the state of facilities at a quarantine centre in Pulwama, Kashmir.
What does it look like when a large group of people are made to stay under an open sky with dead animals in the vicinity and no food, water or healthcare to support them?
India’s Kashmir valley has been in a state of lockdown, much before the COVID-19 imposed lockdown in the rest of India, since August 5, 2019. It has hit street vendors, hawkers and daily wagers the hardest. 27 year old Suhail Ahmad, a resident of Shopian used to sell different commodities...