The Sinking Houseboats of Kashmir
Houseboats are a major tourist attraction in Kashmir. History says that this tradition started in the 1800s and since then it has created a unique heritage in the tourism industry.
Displaced during 1965 Indo-Pak war, inhabitants of this Kupwara village fear for their future
Doban is a backward area, 40 kilometres from district headquarters, situated in Lolab Valley. They do not have any hospitals or schools here and hardly any other source of livelihood than rearing cattle.
Lack of Bridge Costs Life Of A Young Man In Shopian
The above video is from Shopian, about the death of a 26 year old youth, drowned in the river while carrying Rice and Corn on his back, is heartbreaking.
A Peek Into the Life and Culture of Kashmir’s Gurez Valley
If Jammu and Kashmir is remote and disconnected, wait till you read about Kashmir's Gurez valley.
Khatamband: The Art of Intricately Carved Ceilings in Kashmir
Once in decline, this ancient art form, adapted centuries ago from Persia is seeing a revival in the valley.
The Power Injustice Faced by Kashmiris
Adding to the major deficit of electricity in the valley, massive corruption further deprives those most in need of accessing electricity, particularly in rural Kashmir.
“Without Education our Revolution will Lose its Way”: Kashmir’s Youth Recall Curfew Schools
Almost a year ago, the five-month-long Kashmir Unrest had forced schools to shut down due to the constant curfews and unrest, leaving school going children high and dry. Until Kashmir’s youth joined forces.
Tied to an Army Jeep: A Kashmiri Voter’s Tryst with Democracy
While solidarity pours in for the Army, how is Farooq Ahmad Dar coping with the trauma of being used as a human shield?