The Tragic Disappearing Act

Javaid sees a frightening calamity ahead in Kashmir if forests keep disappearing (Professor Javaid Iqbal Bhat, 31, was born in Anantnag. He completed his Bachelor’s degree from the Amar Singh College, Srinagar, and his M.A. and M. Phil. from the Centre for...

The Land of Rishis and Sufis Deserves Better

Roshan Ara sees no redeeming social value in an antiquated custom called dowry (Ms. Roshan Ara, 45, was born in Warihama, in Budgam district. She attended the Government High School Aripanthan, and the Government Higher Secondary School Beeru. She graduated from the...

Heart Craves for More

Dr. Mian Mehboob questions if the urge to acquire more and more wealth is necessary “DIL MANGE MORE”: All I Need is Everything Money is important. Without it one cannot live as the things other than the air and water, somewhat freely available- at least...

Beyond Stones

Afshana comments on periodic shutdown of life in Kashmir brought about by stone pelting (Ms. Syeda Afshana, 35, was born in Srinagar. She attended the Vishwa Bharti High School in Rainawari, Srinagar, and the Government Women’s College in Srinagar where she...

Stoning Civility

An editorial in the Kashmir Images speaks for the silent majority Stoning Sanity A newborn baby, on way to hospital for medical check-up, died at Baramulla as stone pelters would not allow the vehicle, he was in, to pass. They pelted stones on the vehicle, forced the...