By Adnan Bhat Every morning, 20-year-old Tabish and her friend Saima make their way on a scooter to downtown Srinagar to a singing and acting school on the banks of the Dal Lake. The girls are keen to learn guitar and have been coming to the ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
When I started to write the screenplay for Bubbles , it was early in the morning, writes Nasheed Faruqi, and I had just woken from a strange dream. In the nights that followed, I had successive dreams, which added to the haunting images of my first.The Friday Times, 1 month ago
JAMMU, Apr 15: The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Armed, Jammu, S A Watali today finalized the arrangements in a meeting for State Level Marathon Run for Fun, being held in Jammu on April, 19. Addressing the meeting, the IGP disclosed that the ...Kashmir Times, 1 month ago IGP Watali chairs meet to finalise arrangements for Run for Fun Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
Firefighters remove a lifeless body, believed to be a child, from the water after a car went off the berth and into the water at the San Pedro Slip, in San Pedro. Two children were pulled from the submerged vehicle. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve McCrank / ...Los Angeles Times, 1 month ago
ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) would organize Margalla Festival 2015 from April 16 to 19 at Islamabad Arts and Crafts Village. CDA Sports and Cultural Directorate Director General, Asif Javed Shah Jahan told APP here on Friday ...Daily Times, 1 month ago
Image: Zulfikar Nasir gives moral support to Shamim Bano, left, who is holding a photograph of her only brother, who was shot by the PAC.Zarina, right, who never speaks, with photographs of her husband and son. Both were killed 28 years ago. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It's difficult to say who suffered more these 28 years: The men who survived the PAC shooting and the assaults in jail; or the women who lost their men in these custodial killings. Jyoti Punwani and photographer ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court of India has struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act in India, that made posting offensive content" online a crime punishable by jail. In the landmark ruling, the two-judge bench of Justices J ...Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago
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