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The Author is a freelancer, author, publisher, and first Kashmiri to win a reader’s choice award, perusing engineering (computer science) in SSM college of Engineering and technology, Kashmir.

Beating the odds: How Nargis Majid fought with the structure of criticism

Beating the odds: How Nargis Majid fought with the structure of criticism

In today’s strategically and drastically changing world, women are playing a major role in major fields from scientific spheres, literature to corporate and have given a tough competition to the structure of dependency. Various and events are supporting and bringing them forward ending up educating them to be independent and bold enough to face the […]

From the lens of a seeker

From the lens of a seeker

We in social, spiritual, physical, mental and rest of the states, are real. In short, it is a totality, not in parts, right down from the spiritual to our physical connection. It is a total package of completeness at all (al) levels. But as a matter of pure consciousness, I can’t say how spiritual transition […]

Academic studies amid lockdown and ban on High speed internet: a study of the impact of restricted internet and lockdown on student population

Academic studies amid lockdown and ban on High speed internet: a study of the impact of restricted internet and lockdown on student population

“In a student’s struggle with the administration, bet on the administration”, Kafka would have told if he had been facing what we have been facing these days. Ever since the outbreak of Covid 19, much has been written about lockdown affecting students, rehabilitation of their mental sickness and ways to not let The Pandemic effect […]

Iqbal Football Academy To Organise Football Tournament, Says “Want To Binge Youth With Being Physically Fit

Iqbal Football Academy To Organise Football Tournament, Says “Want To Binge Youth With Being Physically Fit

Pampore: Iqbal Football Academy plans to organise Iqbal Football tournament to improve the talent of young players and predominant teams. The event will provide a platform to build healthy relations between crowd and young players to explore their hidden talent and keep them physically fit. The venues of League will be at Saffron Stadium Pampore […]

Lack Of Skilled Manpower Dwindling Tourism In Kashmir

Lack Of Skilled Manpower Dwindling Tourism In Kashmir

Tourism is generally and globally known as one of the few economic sectors that has more than enough growth prospects and is characterised as a ray of hope for peace and prosperity. At the same time, this sector is known for its high turnover of staff, persistent lack of qualified personnel and rapidly changing skill […]

Absence of platforms in Valley: Artists fail to showcase their talent

Absence of platforms in Valley: Artists fail to showcase their talent

Some humans can formulate thoughts and categorise them exactly and concisely. And possibly it’s proper that they do not want something from others who have long past earlier than them. So, if you are addicted to your ‘inspirational quote of the day’, then don’t pay a heed to anyone telling you that it is a […]

Find quotes you get enticed with, says a young writer ‘Ayaan Tahir’

Find quotes you get enticed with, says a young writer ‘Ayaan Tahir’

Quotes, which can be deceptively simple in sound and vary in length from a few words to few pages, require far more understanding, creativity, and technique to write than prose or poetry. In form, its line endings, departing from conventional layout, do not need to extend to the right margin. Some humans can formulate thoughts […]

A lyrical ride to Kashmir: Meet Bintul Islam, a young researcher from the valley

A lyrical ride to Kashmir: Meet Bintul Islam, a young researcher from the valley

With the developing interest in Kashmir’s art and culture, the power of classic Kashmiri literature has grown in stature. The Old Kashmiri poets have had their perceptions of “reality” penned down into verses that are now been read and the way we now come to see the interest people have in them, is dramatically increasing […]

I write, I don’t have a paper: Shared Pen, a new vision in the valley

I write, I don’t have a paper: Shared Pen, a new vision in the valley

In early times, writers only had one platform to express themselves and have their works into public domain, that was the writer’s public visibility and reputation that the event organisers via publisher’s support used to promote and sell an author’s work. The platform now isn’t what it used to be. A new definition is emerging, based […]

Beat-ing the odds: amid conflict Kashmiris carving for a new kick

Beat-ing the odds: amid conflict Kashmiris carving for a new kick

In the early 80’s, beatboxers backed up rappers when drum machines were unaffordable. It is a  vocal form of hip-hop music that blew up as one of the original elements of hip-hop in that era. Some people today dismiss it as a gimmick. Hence, today, the art form remains largely underground and misunderstood. “I’m more […]

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