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Tulips leave visitors amazed in Jammu and Kashmir's Sanasar Garden visitors

Around 2.5 lakh blooming tulips are leaving tourists amazed at the picturesque Sanasar garden nestled amid the lush green meadows of Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir.

Prominent Kashmiri poet Farooq Nazki dies at 83

Farooq Nazki, a prominent poet, broadcaster, and a Sahitya Akademi awardee died on Tuesday at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Super Specialty Hospital in Katra on Tuesday morning after a prolonged illness, family sources said.

Ghulam Nabi says Padma Shri award will surely encourage Kashmir’s craftsmen

The prestigious Padma Shri award would go a long way to encourage Kashmir’s craftsmen, said 72-year-old master woodcarver Ghulam Nabi Dar.

Jammu and Kashmir: Young rappers sing about positive changes in Valley after scrapping of Article 370

Kashmir-based rappers Humaira and MC Raa recently celebrated the positive changes that the Valley is witnessing ever since Article 370 was scrapped with their new song 'Badalta Kashmir'.

Union Territory's Foundation Day: Jammu and Kashmir tourist department hosts musical event at Ghanta Ghar

Jammu and Kashmir's Ghanta Ghar at Lal Chowk witnessed a musical event recently to mark Union Territory's Foundation Day.

Jammu and Kashmir: Sufi musical charity show hosted in Srinagar to support artists

In a bid to support and promote Kashmir's singing talent, Sooz-e-Jaras Sufi musical charity performance was recently hosted at Srinagar’s Zeberwan Park by musical societies in collaboration with the tourism department.

Jammu and Kashmir: Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden enters World Book of Records

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden has earned a distinguished position in the World Book of Records (London), making the people of Jammu and Kashmir elated.

Jammu and Kashmir hosts two-day workshop on 'Capacity Building for Managers in Higher Education'

A two-day National Workshop on "Capacity Building for Managers in Higher Education" was held in Jammu and Kashmir from Friday.

Jammu and Kashmir: Srinagar hosted carving exhibition to provide strong platform for young artists

Jammu and Kashmir hosted a two-day carving exhibition at Art Emporium in Srinagar which provided a strong platform for young artists of the Valley to showcase their talents.

Jammu and Kashmir Board Examination: Girls outshine boys as 79.89% students qualify class 10

The girls in Jammu and Kashmir outshined boys in the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) class examination results which were revealed on Monday.

Jammu and Kashmir: Uri marks live musical festival

The Indian Army in the Uri region of Jammu and Kashmir recently hosted a live musical event that showcased the rich cultural heritage of the area to the people.

Jammu and Kashmir witnessing spike in girls students enrolment to schools in border areas

The border areas of Jammu and Kashmir are certainly grabbing headlines in recent times with the increase in the number of girls joining schools, media reports said.

Kashmiri lyricist Sagar Nazir makes waves with soulful paddy harvest song, continues to champion Kashmiri language

Srinagar/IBNS: Kashmiri lyricist Sagar Nazir, known for his famous song 'Zoon Mou,' has captured the hearts of his fans once again with his latest offering, 'Boya Aamy Beri Beri Nadas,' a poignant paddy harvest song. Sung by esteemed vocalist Rashida Akther, the song has quickly amassed millions of views on social media, showcasing the enduring appeal of Nazir's compositions.

Kashmir's Amir Suhail Wani: A bridge between tradition and modernity

In the enchanting valley of Kashmir, amidst an era of frozen turbulence, Amir Suhail Wani emerges as a remarkable intellectual and writer, bridging the gap between tradition and modernity. With a diverse range of interests spanning philosophy, literature, religion, and science, Wani's pursuit of knowledge has garnered international acclaim.  

Kashmir: Teacher turned calligrapher revives ancient tradition, empowers community

Srinagar/IBNS: Shazia Anees, an English literature teacher, discovered her passion for calligraphy during the pandemic. Her profound connection with the art form and her soulful creations have captivated locals and brought new energy to this time-honored tradition.