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Emergency 24X7

Emergency 24X7

Every time Kashmir streets turn into battlefields, hospitals struggled to manage the outcome. Working round the clock medical staff struggled to save the lives amid chaos and rising tempers, a Kashmir Life Team

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,

Leave, Please!

For bulge of workforce working on contractual basis in government sector leave is an emotional issue. While their permanent counterparts enjoy all perks, they are left on the mercy of rules of engagement.

Not Compensated!

Instead of elevating their living standard NMDFC beneficiaries are left struggling to repay the loan to avoid recovery calls. Syed Asma reports the post flood woes of the already marginalised loanees His expressions

Hand Holding

  Being the largest private sector financial institution in the state, J&K Bank has its chest full with funds for CSR. But Shakir Mir reports, the CSR is gradually emerging as the new

Buyer Tales!

It was a mélange of colours on display at the 6th annual international buyer-seller meet literally. Saima Bhat talks to buyers from across the world to get snippets of their experience and the

In 2 Hours from Srinagar to Pampore

In 21st century Kashmir it takes 2 hours to travel a distance of just 12 kilometres. Shams Irfan reports the painful ordeal of commuters on Srinagar-Pampore road Eighty-five-year old Khazir Mohammad Wani, a

A Survival Report

Faced with certain death in deluged Rajbagh ETV’s Rifat Abdullah recorded his last message after dialling his high-end contacts for help turned futile. Syed Asma talks to the dare-devil reporter who not only

Homecoming Aid

September 7 etched into memories as the day of great horror and shock. Apart from valley, the day sent shockwaves to India’s capital where Kashmiri students and professionals planned a special homecoming loaded