Heroes of Kashmir
UBAID NAZIR: THE CYCLE ENTREPRENEUR OF KASHMIR
New ideas & positive thoughts bring innovative changes in the society for its betterment. 25 year old Ubaid Nazir , a resident of Bemna locality of Srinagar recently started a Bike Rental Startup named CIECLO in order to improve the facilities of micro mobility in the city and help in reducing the level of pollution…
IGNITED MINDS OF KASHMIR : IN CONTINUUM
Kashmiri people’s journey has been a saga of grit, dogged determination and unflinching loyalty which has gone down to annals of Kashmir’s history and an inspiration for numerous youngsters of the valley to emulate. This write up is a tribute to such modern, brave and at times underrated personalities of Kashmir who have gone out to make a difference in their own way.
AMARNATH YATRA: BOOSTING TOURISM & BUSINESS
Kashmir is blessed with a pleasant weather, lakhs & lakh of people travel to the holy cave of Amarnath in South Kashmir to pay their prayers to the ice stalagmite, believed to be an embodiment of the Hindu Deity “Lord Shiva”, situated almost at an elevation of 12,756ft.
It has been almost three decade since the militancy had been taken away normalcy in Sopore but now due to changes this place is changing with the positiveness in environment and its amply visible among the people.
MERA KASHMIR BADAL RAHA HAI
Within 3 years the corporation announced around 600 infrastructure projects of immense public importance which had been left languishing for 25 years and has been completed. In the year 2019-2020 around 1200 projects were financed under this corporation worth of 2280 crore rupees.
Tanveer Khan : J&K’s First IES Officer
Kashmir needs to amp up infra for better research: Tanveer Ahmad Khan, Jammu & Kashmir’s first IES officer Bringing glory to the Kashmir valley, Tanveer Ahmed Khan of Kulgam district of Jammu & Kashmir became the first to qualify for the Indian Economic Services exam from the union territory and secured second position at the…
Own and Other Own Side of Kashmir
The people dwelling in PoK have had tears galore of vexation, post Pakistan finagled it’s way in this region in 1947. In a veritable attempt to juxtapose the comprehensive development, superlatively in terms of infrastructure between the conterminous, “The Own” and “The Other Own” side of Kashmir, it is crystal evident that, while “The Own” side has witnessed omnifarious development projects germane to road infrastructure, irrigation and flood control, power, tourism, sport, health medical education, housing and urban development etc, “The Other Own” side is at the receiving end of Pakistan Government’s mere hyperbole, which hasled to wide scale protests in a pique by the dwellers in PoK region.