Civility of Engagement

Mehmood brings a fresh perspective on an old topic (Mr. Mehmood-ur-Rashid, 36, was born in Srinagar. He graduated from the Amar Singh College, Srinagar. He has been active in journalism for over ten years, and currently works at the Greater Kashmir, having worked in...

Rotten to the Core

Firdous laments on corruption in high places (Mr. Firdous Syed, 43, was born in Bhaderwah, Doda, and had his schooling in Jammu. He is currently the Chairman of the “Kashmir Foundation for Peace and Development Studies,” and associated with the J&K...

Kashmir’s Receding Ice Cover

Yusuf laments about a rapidly dying glacier in the valley caused by easy human access and improper tourist management (Mr. Mohammad Yusuf, 56, was born in the Dalgate area of Srinagar. He attended Government Schools in Drugjan, Sonawar, and Batwara, all in Srinagar,...

Return of the Native

While Razdan describes challenges inhabiting the return of Pandits back to the valley, the majority community should also get concerned about continuous trickling out of residual Pandits from the valley unable to find adequate economic and political space in Kashmir...

Not Bad, Even a Beggar Can Make Rs. 10,000 a Month

In a perverted way there is more open and fierce competition on the street than in offices that are occupied by babus running fiefdoms of inefficiency and corruption Non-State beggars to have field day on EID Srinagar: Unsatisfied with Ramadan earnings, the non-State...