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Real aping reel: Kashmir valley gripped by 'Haider' pheran fever

Fair run: Youth of the erstwhile entertainment-deprived valley are obsessed with the garment, which costs upwards of Rs1,000 DNA, 2 months ago

The unkindest cut

Maybe it is my age, but it seems that I deal with diseases and hospitals far too much these days. For some odd reason, what I have been dealing with for the past month or so are tales of cancer. The first case I heard about was that of my wife's ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Indian Express

Protests in Tral after 25-yr-old killed by Army

On Tuesday morning, police said they had recovered another body from the forests — that of Younis Ahmad Ganaie, a youth who allegedly joined militant ranks last week. A 25-year-old's death in an encounter in the forests of Tral sparked violent ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

If my son was killed in encounter why his body didn't bear a bullet wound?

Army on Tuesday said that Khalid was a listed over ground worker and he had taken his three friends to get them recruited with militants. (Source: Google Maps) If my son was killed in an encounter why his body didn't bear a bullet wound, asks ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Two Royals Among Eight Members to Enter J&K LC

The two sons of senior Congress leader Karan Singh, of the royal Dogra family, were among the eight new members of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council who took oath of the House today. Acting Chairman, J&K Legislative Council, Jehangir ...
 Outlook India3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

The birth of widows in conflict ridden Kashmir

Three sisters in particular, Ruqaiya, Zarifa and Shamima, lost their husbands to this conflict and have been destined to live alone. PHOTO: SHOWKAT NANDA In 2008 and 2010 , Kashmir witnessed the most severe and popular anti-India movement ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Indian Express

Sunday story: Being Masarat Alam

The man who sang dreamy Kashmiri folksongs on a loop went on to choreograph an anti-India stomp dance. Some see him as the hero of the 2010 unrest in Kashmir, others as the instigator. As the Hurriyat hardliner walks out after years in detention, ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Being Masarat Alam  MSN News1 month ago
Indian Express

Style is more about internal expression: Vishal Bhardwaj

Vishal Bhardwaj, who donned the hat of a style speaker at Blenders Pride Reserve event, feels while fashion is more external, style is an expression of inner self. It is rare to see Vishal Bhardwaj talk about fashion and style but the director says ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Vishal Bhardwaj: Style is more about internal expression  Times of India1 month ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Guests brave snow & storm

Guides pull sleighs carrying tourists after heavy snowfall in Gulmarg on Sunday. (PTI) Srinagar, March 8: Visitors today swarmed the residence of Hurriyat hardliner Masarat Alam in Srinagar's old city, braving rain, snow and the storm of ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Rustle of chinars

From the skies, Srinagar was painted iridescent green with terraced paddies pleating the slopes in meandering waves. Our airport cabbie, Nissar Ahmed, spoke of driving director Vishal Bhardwaj around for the filming of Haider. We cruised along the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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