Entrepreneurship articles

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

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

Unpolished Hope

Before it could have taken off Kashmir’s marble hub Batergam was turned into a garrison. A decade later when troops left, industrialists were taken hostage by the officials. Zafar Aafaq reports A huge

Incandescent Incubator

Concerns mounted as militants stormed the EDI’s Pampore complex initiating a 48-hour  long gun-battle that consumed five security men, a civilian and three militants. Damage to the landmark complex brought state’s entrepreneurial incubator

Investment In Change

Investors are always on lookout for possibilities in a market. But in flood-devastated Kashmir that saw lot of investment across the sectors, three entrepreneurs jumped into areas which are challenging and apparently difficult.

Rising Blankets

After centuries of use, Kashmirs’ traditional Tchader has paved way for the synthetic blanket, at huge costs to the wool-abundant state. Now, Mohammad Raafi says, a small gang of entrepreneurs is reclaiming fraction

America Calls

From a call center employee to the owner of call centers with some of them off shore, Zameer Altaf is living his dream.  Saima Rashid and Sheikh Tabish report his journey At 19,