How Ramadan book giveaways are boosting spiritual health in Kashmir

Srinagar, April 1 -- Giving generously and regularly, and offering aid to those less fortunate - both within and outside the community - is part of the essence of Islam. During Ramadan, this essence i... Read More

Why drinking 'noon chai' is fraught with danger

Srinagar, March 30 -- If our "Noon-chai" isn't steaming hot, there are chances we will throw it away. However, health experts in Kashmir don't approve of drinking "very hot beverages" as they associat... Read More

J&K recovers 80,000 cft of timber from smugglers

Srinagar, March 29 -- Jammu and Kashmir administration has recovered around 80,000 cubic feet of timber from the smugglers. Trade in forest products has significantly increased over the years especia... Read More

Luqaimat to chicken junglee sandwich: Tease your taste buds with some customized meals this Ramadan

Srinagar, March 25 -- Ramadan is a month of reflection, prayer, and fasting. It is also a time to connect with family and friends and enjoy delicious food together at Iftar. Bringing us one step close... Read More

How Kashmir charities are feeding poor, hungry in Ramazan

Srinagar, March 24 -- Local charities have embarked on a mission to provide free wholesome food to those who are unable to prepare sehri and iftari during the holy month of Ramzan. As Ramzan begins, ... Read More

'Heroism doesn't always come in grand colors': Meet Kashmir doctor who delivered baby amid strong earthquake

Srinagar, March 22 -- It was around 10:25 pm when the doctors at the maternity section in Sub District Hospital (SDH), Bhijbhera were operating upon a patient when suddenly the surgical headlights sta... Read More

'Noorie': World's first cloned Pashmina goat passes away at 11

Srinagar, March 20 -- It is a sad day for science as the first cloned female Pashmina goat 'Noorie' has passed away. Kashmir achieved a rare feat in 2012 when its scientists gave India the second clo... Read More

'Bio-briquettes': J&K launches project to convert pine needles into bio-fuel

Srinagar, March 17 -- Jammu and Kashmir administration has launched a project to convert pine needles into bio-briquettes using advanced technology. Pine forests account for 16.40 percent of the tota... Read More

Go green: J&K launches new non-forest timber policy, sets up biodiversity management committees

Srinagar, March 16 -- Jammu and Kashmir government has launched a policy for the sustainable collection and utilization of non-forest timber produce (NTFP) in the UT. J&K is one the unique biodiversi... Read More

No technical terminology, no scientific vocabulary: Climate news goes vernacular in Kashmir

Srinagar, March 14 -- Reading an article on glaring climate-change problems in your mother tongue is no longer a far-fetched possibility. Mongabay India, a reputed environment news portal has somethi... Read More