Entrepreneurship articles

The Climber

He proved his critics wrong by setting up a million dollar worth mentoring start-up. Tabish Rafiq Mir maps its journey across half-a-dozen cities   ‘Mark my words. You will be cleaning bathrooms one

Undoing EDI

Second attack in eight months has pushed the EDI into space-scarce that may force it operate from the tents for the time being. In the season of surgical strikes, the question being asked

A Brewing Success

Indelible impressions of a picture postcard took her two decades to rediscover the British village and felt inspired in bringing the Tea Party home. Saima Bhat meets Chai Jaai promoter Roohi Nazki to

Legacy Lasts

For decades Babademb’s walnut factory has helped many destitute and needy women to survive the onslaught of circumstances and society. Syed Asma takes a look at Azad brothers’ work and legacy Every morning,

Electrifying Ambitions

After three decades of struggle with the system Naseer is happy to put Kashmir on transformer manufacturing map. Shakir Mir narrates his journey Naseer Ahmad, 56, overcame odds to realize his dream of

Linking Kashmir

In an overcrowded job market finding a right opportunity is daunting task. Not anymore. Meet a social entrepreneur who will help find right job for you. Zafar Aafaq reports In 2014, Bilal Wani,

Fight to Chew

He managed to complete his studies by ferrying school children in an autorickshaw after college. Then to start a mobile restaurant he literally camped outside government offices. Ubeer Naqushbandi tells his story    In