• Neha
Neha and Iqrat were two different individuals but despite of the stark contrast in their personalities – they jelled along very well. From the first very day of their interaction at college they became friends and roomies as well. Neha would call... Read Full Story »
  • Zamrooda Habib during poll boycott campaign
Kashmir is the highest militarized zone of the world where going against the state policy is a sedition which can land one into the jail or even can lead to death. Parliamentary elections in the valley have been widely opposed by the people.... Read Full Story »
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She has a long life to lead; a young son and old parents to take care of. Her elder brother died while dealing with some explosives and younger brother left the family when she came back to live again with her parents --after her husband was... Read Full Story »
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Unlike those who were picked up by security forces and then disappeared, Abdul Rehman, a resident of Awantipora, left home apparently to cross the Line of Control, and never returned. He became one among the thousands of disappeared in Kashmir but... Read Full Story »
  • Story of a winner who defeated cancer
  Najeeb and Mudasir spent their first wedding anniversary in a hospital. Woven in pipes and tubes Mudasir had no idea where she is and what’s going around.  Just six months after their marriage Mudasir -- after few bouts of nausea -- thought she is... Read Full Story »