Yes, This Too is Kashmir

Sadaf takes us on a personal journey that suddenly seems so distant and surreal (Dr. Sadaf Munshi, 38, was born in Srinagar and received her early schooling there. She completed her B.Sc in Bio-sciences from the University of Kashmir, followed by a M.A. and M.Phil in...

Land of Barbarians

Dr. Iftikar ponders on societal response to Kashmir’s greatest tragedy A Society Which Sleeps Over the Deaths of 500 Infants Dr Iftikar (Rising Kashmir) If you want to know that society which slept over the death of 500 tender souls, just look around and then...

Alarming Deaths, No Outrage

Why is it that no one cares about the quality of medical care in Kashmir? The numbers are as shocking as they are disturbing After GB Panth, Deaths in SKIMS Shock People Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 28: Even as the state is yet to recover from the shock of infant...

The Ostrich Syndrome

An editorial in the Rising Kashmir asks readers to recognize turmoil among the young people Alarming Situation It is high time for people in the society to come out with a strategy to fight the menace of suicide The rate of suicides in Kashmir valley is increasing...

Building a Culture of Quality

Ashraf has a lengthy explanation about what Quality means which is necessary given that Quality is treated as an oxymoron in Kashmir (Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Fazili, 68, was born in Srinagar. He received his early schooling from the Government Middle School, Nowhatta,...