Water Crisis in Ogabal Kupwara

Video By: Pir Azhar Article By: Nusrat Ali Ogbal village having population of 900 souls is facing water crisis. The village is only 9 Km away from district headquarter Kupwara. This village is surrounded by forests and only source of water lies in forest also. In year 2012 administration provided a water supply scheme for […]

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The Struggle of 86-Year-old Man for His Two Disappeared Sons

Video By: Nadiya Shafi Article By: Nusrat Ali In connection with Indian Airlines plane hijacking around 27 Kashmiri youth working in Nepal were taken into custody by Nepal Police on the instruction of Indian authorities during a raid on the intervening night of 27th -28th August 2000. Among these were Abdul Ahad Rah’s two sons, […]

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J&K Specially-abled Persons – Need More Than a Meagre Amount of INR 400

Video By: Jahanara Khaliq Article By: Nusrat Ali Jammu & Kashmir Schemes for Persons with Disabilities, known as Integrated Social Security Scheme, is administered by the Social Welfare Department. Monthly grant for the pension is amount INR 400/- Pension is provided to poor physically handicapped persons (including Blind, Deaf, Dumb) having no source of income […]

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Man-Animal Conflict: 60 People Lost Their Lives Due to Animal Attack in 3 years

Video By: Basharat Amin | Article By: Nusrat Ali Over the past few years, there has been increase in incidents related to the man-animal conflict in Jammu and Kashmir. In the last three years, official figures reveal that around 60 people were killed and around 600 injured in man-animal conflict. Mass urbanization, denudation of forests, […]

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Wazul Kulnar Tral – A Village With No Water, No Roads, No Schools and No Electricity

Video By: Rayees Ahmad Article By: Nusrat Ali Wazul Kulnar, also known Wazul Kulnaad a remote village in Tral of Pulwama District lacks all basic facilities like water, road, school and electricity. The village is about 15 kms from Tral town but due to govt negligence the village with around 30 households is still without […]

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