Vitamin D Deficiency in Kashmir Valley Very High, Reveals SKIMS Report

Srinagar, Dec. 3 -- As Per New Study, Average Vitamin-D Status Low In Females As Compared To Males Srinagar- A recent research from Kashmiri medicos has brought convincing evidence to the fore that t... Read More

Protests Rock SKUAST Campus Over 'Molestation'

Srinagar, Dec. 2 -- Police Files Case, Accused Prof Suspended Pending Inquiry Srinagar- Massive protests broke out at the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), W... Read More

Student Enrollment Improved In J&K Schools During Last 4 Years

Srinagar, Dec. 1 -- GER In Higher Secondary Level Up By 10%, Secondary By 2 Percent Srinagar- In the last four years, Jammu & Kashmir's Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher secondary and secondary ... Read More

Juxtaposed Kashmir - Where Assorted Abodes Form Humdrum Heritage

Srinagar, Nov. 28 -- Amid the Smart City drive, the fate of old structures and juxtaposed landmarks remains uncertain in Srinagar. SRINAGAR'S classic countenance would once fuel fantasies with its gr... Read More

Study Shows Increase In Lung Cancers During Last 5 Years In Kashmir

Srinagar, Nov. 26 -- - In a shocking revelation it has come to the fore that over 10 percent of critically ill patients in Kashmir suffer from lung cancer, making it the most common cancer reported in... Read More

Kashmir Schools To Close For Winter Break From Dec 1 In Phased Manner

Srinagar, Nov. 25 -- - After sending confused signals initially the School Education Department on Friday announced three-month winter vacations for all the schools in the Valley in a phased manner be... Read More

JK's Digital Education Needs A Boost, Says UDISE Report

Srinagar, Nov. 22 -- The report has come at a time when the government is investing in the model of education through digital mode that holds promise of being accessible to everyone. DESPITE efforts ... Read More

Kashmir Upper Reaches Receive Fresh Snowfall

Srinagar, Nov. 19 -- - The higher reaches of Kashmir Valley, including famous tourist resorts of Gulmarg and Sonmarg received fresh snowfall on Saturday, dipping the day temperature sharply, even as t... Read More

What The Fuss: Has Kashmir Lost Its 'Saving Grace of Humour'?

Srinagar, Nov. 19 -- Kashmir humour these days looks like a race of struggling chickens crossing the road to get to the other side. IN a bid to sound funny, many youngsters are following a mad race d... Read More

Ban Ends Govt Teachers' Dominance In Kashmir's Thriving Tuition Market

Srinagar, Nov. 18 -- Around 50 per cent government teachers are ruling the roost in some 550 private tuition centers packed with 60,000 students across the valley at the moment. THE bar put on privat... Read More