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Holi celebrated in Kashmir's Srinagar with Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs smearing each other with colours

Srinagar/IBNS: In a first of its kind, Centre for Inclusive and Sustainable Governance in collaboration with Jammu Kashmir Workers Party (JKWP) celebrated holi in Gindun Park Rajbagh on Tuesday.

Government must win the trust of Kashmiris: Salman Khurshid

Kolkata: Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid, alluding to the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir by the BJP-led NDA government, said that the government has a tough task to win back the trust of the Kashmiri people.

Roadside tea stalls, restaurants close as Ramazan begins in Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, May 7 (UNI) Majority roadside tea stalls, restaurants and shops in ‘Food Street’ were closed on Tuesday in Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, as the holy fasting month of Ramazan began after the sighting of moon on Monday night.

I dream of holding a pride march in Kashmir: Aijaz Ahmad Bund

Unlike other Indian states, LGBTQ community in Jammu and Kashmir did not revel in the joy of the Indian Supreme Court verdict  that decriminalised gay sex. Kashmir has its own constitution and follows the Ranbir Penal Code (RPC), as opposed to the Indian Penal Code followed elsewhere in the country. In an exclusive chat with IBNS correspondent Sudipto Maity, the trouble torn region's prominent LGBTQ activist Dr Aijaz Ahmad Bund opens up about the scene in Kashmir and his dream of holding a pride march in the state.

Frontline Kashmir: Where bullets do the talking...

Indian soldiers in Kashmir guard the border in the line of fire along the LoC with Pakistan. Kavita Suri reports from Pallanwala where nature has unleashed its bounty but only bullets do the talking

Top 5 Universities in Kashmir which Offer Best Education

Kashmir has several sought-after Central, State and Private universities which offer UG, PG and Doctorate programs in fields like engineering, dentistry, medicine, management, agricultural studies as well as law. Manyof these colleges and universities are funded by UGC for their development and betterment. This also ensures that quality education is provided. The numerous options in higher studies have compelled students from other states to take admission in these universities.

Kashmir: Students appear for annual board examinations

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IBNS): Amid tight security, thousands of students appeared for the annual board examinations across Kashmir on Monday despite the protest and strike from July 9.

Dances from the mountains

Jammu and Kashmir is presently often in the news for acts of violence. But this pristine and beautiful land is also rich in culture, music and dance which is often overlooked. Sonali Jha Chatterjee reports from Jammu

Dances from the mountains

Jammu and Kashmir is presently often in the news for acts of violence. But this pristine and beautiful land is also rich in culture, music and dance which is often overlooked. Sonali Jha Chatterjee reports from Jammu

Supreme Court Lawyer Aman Hingorani pens ‘Unraveling The Kashmir Knot’

Kolkata, June 22 (IBNS): Dr Aman M. Hingorani, Lawyer and Mediator, Supreme Court Of India & The High Court Of Delhi on Wednesday launched his maiden book ‘Unraveling The Kashmir Knot’ in Kolkata.

Girls dominate JKBOSE class 12 results

Srinagar, May 4, (IBNS) Outshining the boys, the girls have dominated the recently revealed Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) grade 12 results in all the departments, according to reports.

NIT Row: Normal life hit in Kashmir

Srinagar, Apr 12 (IBNS) Normal life was hit in the Kashmir Valley due to a strike called by Kashmir separatist groups to protest against the alleged harassment of Kashmiri students outside the state on Tuesday.

Musadiq Amin Sahaf assumes charge as University of Kashmir Registrar

Srinagar, June 24 (IBNS) Musadiq Amin Sahaf on Wednesday assumed charge as the Registrar of the University of Kashmir.

J&K: Educational institutions to re-open from Monday

Srinagar, Mar 7 (IBNS) The Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered that all the state-run educational institutions shall re-open on Monday.