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Mere Occupation

Mere Occupation

The draft industrial policy being submitted to cabinet for approval later this month may link allotments in the shrunken industrial estates to the actual implementation of the project, reports R S Gull With

Fighting Anemia

Given the state of malnutrition in the state, a Jammu manufacturer piloted fortified wheat flour. In this piece, Shubam Puri, one of the director’s of the company, explains why social relevance is a

No case for taxman

A Supreme Court order has shagged off the taxman from the backs of industrialists and on the way saving them a whooping Rs 900 crore. A Kashmir Life report Right now, it is

Costs of Occupation

When troops handed over keys of sports complex Bijbehara to displaced bat manufactures after 23 years it brought back bitter memories of the past. Once hailed as a sign of prosperity the complex

A Game Changer

 As India and Pakistan were fighting over Kargil heights, a south Kashmir boy takes off for US to study. Nine years later, Khuram Mir starts building a project deep south that marked beginning

Steely Resolve

Driven by his ambition and entrepreneurial passion, an engineer from Kashmir valley worked on a marsh to set up a Rs 100 crore state-of-the-art steel manufacturing plant which is the first of its

‘End’ of Innings

Once a prosperous village of bat manufacturers, the demography of south Kashmir’s Sangam is undergoing a monumental change. While the government claims the new infrastructure was in the interest of locals, the displacement