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KASHMIR In Capital: South Delhi’s Samaritan Shawl-man

KASHMIR In Capital: South Delhi’s Samaritan Shawl-man

In this fifth part of the ‘Kashmir in Capital’ series, Kashmir Observer talks to Basharat Saleem Sheikh, owner of Kashmir Specialities in New Delhi, to find out his story of success from scratches.

In Kashmir, Doctors Taking First Shot to Allay Vaccine Fears

In Kashmir, Doctors Taking First Shot to Allay Vaccine Fears

But amid public skepticism, only a quarter of health beneficiaries invited for immunization showed up during the third phase of the vaccination drive restricted for emergency use against the Covid-19 pandemic in various centers across Jammu and Kashmir.

KASHMIR In Capital: A ‘Piece of Persia’ In Delhi

KASHMIR In Capital: A ‘Piece of Persia’ In Delhi

In this fourth part of the ‘Kashmir in Capital’ series, Kashmir Observer profiles Abdul Majeed Chaku, a resident of Srinagar, who brought woodwork—an essential part of Kashmiri handicraft—to Delhi.

Beyond Miffed Tourist’s Rant, Kashmir Remains Sightseers’ Joy

Beyond Miffed Tourist’s Rant, Kashmir Remains Sightseers’ Joy

As snowfall recently grounded flights and held life hostage in the valley, a tourist from Mumbai made noise over her “harrowing” experience. But beyond the bad-weather-triggered incident, Kashmir has always been a traveller’s delight.

KASHMIR in Capital: Pashmina Threads in Nizamuddin

KASHMIR in Capital: Pashmina Threads in Nizamuddin

In this third part of ‘Kashmir in Capital’ series, Kashmir Observer tells tale of Abdul Rasheed, whose journey from Shalimar to Nizamuddin revived the crumbling state of craft in Delhi’s ‘art of gallery’ arcade.

500-Year-Old Spade Still Calling a Spade in Snowbound Kashmir

500-Year-Old Spade Still Calling a Spade in Snowbound Kashmir

At a time when administration is pressing machines into service for clearing snowbound roads in the valley, a non-decrepit and sleepy village in Budgam is paving a way with a wooden spade, carrying a long legacy and an interesting story with it.

What Makes Kashmir’s ‘Nuclear’ Children Anguished?

What Makes Kashmir’s ‘Nuclear’ Children Anguished?

Eye-opening social study by Kashmir’s celebrated sociologist Dr. B.A Dabla apart, the rising quest for nuclear families has casted its own shadow on the strife society. In this detailed piece, a doctorate scholar is trying to deconstruct the ‘fascinating’ fa?ade of Kashmir’s private shelters stricken with sorrow, seclusion and stress.

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