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Following Heart

Following Heart

Instead of following the obvious he chose to follow his heart. Aabid Hussain tells his story On December 21, 2016, Tabish Gulzar, 22, travelled to Delhi hoping to make a career in modeling.

For Nature’s Sake

Inspired by his surrounding picturesque Zabarwan range Shahnawaz, a veterinarian, chose to follow his heart. He recently qualified Indian Forestry Services. Zubair Sofi tells his story  The neighbouring forests inspired Shahnawaz Ahmad Bhat,

Cricketing Dream

A wicket on the third delivery in a local cricket tournament silenced Iqra Rasool’s critics for good. Mohammad Abu Bakar tells her story of her on and off field struggle In August 2015,

Wazwaan @ Doorstep

Now Kashmiri Wazwaan is just a click away. After they quit their less paying jobs, two brothers decided to tickle people’s taste buds by serving the cuisine online. Zafar Aafaq reports The famous

Care @ Doorstep

  Pained by the sufferings of patients in Kashmir a young hospitality graduate quit his job to introduce care at door-step.  Heena Muzzafar reports In 2015, after serving Hyderabad-based Bismillahi Rehmani Rahim  –

Number Game

The coming together of five brothers gave birth to Srinagar’s most reliable financial consultancy. Heena Muzzafar  tells their story Eleven years back when Mushtaq Ahmad Mir, now 47, started Wizkid Consultancy and Financial

Fitness First

After winning three international gold medals in Sqay martial arts, this Pampore girl is out to help youngsters stay fit. Heena Muzzafar reports Aabida Mohi-ud-din Baba, 26, who lives in Frestabal area of

Kicking & Happy

Despite lack of help from state, Afreen Hyder manages to win two gold medals in Taekwondo at international level. Heena Muzzafar tells her story When most of her classmates are busy worrying about

Beyond Bias    

They rejected government jobs to start an academy for commerce students, but not without a few fingers raised. Heena Muzzafar tells story of an Old Srinagar teacher-duo In 2012, Huma Aijaz and Uzma

Panun FM

He was 14 when he first saw a computer. Within two years he is running an online radio station. Saima Rashid tells Tral boy’s story Umar Nisar, 16, dreamed of owning a computer

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