Abhinanda Home: Kashmir’s Oldest School for Special Children in Shambles

Video By: Nadiya Shafi | Article By: Nusrat Ali Kashmir’s oldest school for deaf, dumb and blind students-Abhinanda Home-   was established in 1941. The institute has been imparting education to specially-abled children for decades now. Located on the roadside in Srinagar’s Rambagh area, the Abhinanda Home has two buildings and a spacious lawn. It […]

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Water Crisis: Residents of Garoora Village in Bandipora Suffer

Video By: Aneesa Hamid | Article By: Nusrat Ali Garoora village is located in Bandipora district with total 537 families residing. This village has population of 3528  as per Population Census 2011. The locals of Garoora Bandipora have to walk miles to fetch water from a spring. The local women face the brunt as the authorities […]

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Ganderbal Youth Want Renovation of Playground

Video By: Afroza Mahed | Article By: Nusrat Ali The sports ground located in Laar Tehsil’s Repora village is in shambles. The dust has accumulated here, without being maintained the slides usually takes place. There is a stream also flowing from one of the sides of playground which poses threat to the life of sportsperson […]

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Aqeel, 16 Year old Boy Killed on the day of Bypolls in Budgam- Family seeks Justice

Video By: Rafiqa Bano | Article By: Nusrat Ali On 9th April 2017 Aqeel Ahmad Wani 16 years, was shot dead by forces in Beerwah Budgam of central Kashmir while he along with some other youth were pelting stones on para military near a polling station located at Chur-Mujroo village. The incident happened on the […]

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IMPACT: Electricity Transformer Installed in Sikh Community at Baramulla

Video By: Mir Yaseen | Article By: Nusrat Ali Kanispora village located in Baramula district of J&K has been without electricity supply from last three months. As per locals the electricity transformer would often breakdown and was not fixed by the Power department. After making a video report on this issue our community correspondent from […]

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