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Shahid Rashid Bhat

Shahid is the Founder and Head Designer at SRB Style Statement. Formerly, he worked as a Radio Jockey & Script Writer at City FM JK, Writer and Lyricist / Designer at Emcee Ame and Co-Founder / Artist at KMR Studio.
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Real entrepreneurs aren’t created, they are born!

Few people get Business Degrees, taste exposure, start their own venture and become successful! Indeed a good sign! While others come out with their...

“Akh Tei Akh Gayei Kahh” – Two Shopian youth prove the Kashmiri proverb

Two young and promising entrepreneurs, Irfan Zargar (26) and Mir Salman (22), went to serve something delicious and something new to the people of Shopian.

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Jel’s former General Secretary hopes for ‘free and fair’ elections

Former General Secretary of the banned Jamaat-e-Islami (Jel) Ghulam Qadir Lone rued the "rigging" committed in 1987 elections and hoped for free and fair polls.

North Kashmir: Groom shows civic duty, casts vote before wedding

A groom in Uri, Baramulla, made a detour on his wedding day to cast his vote before partaking in his matrimonial celebrations.

APHC pays tributes to Mirwaiz Farooq, Ghani Lone, Hawal martyrs

On the occasion of the martyrdom anniversaries of Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq and Abdul Ghani Lone, APHC paid "glowing tributes" to both the "visionary and towering leaders".

Ladakh witnesses first parliamentary polls as UT, records 67% voting

Ladakh witnessed its first parliamentary election as a Union Territory on Monday, May 20, marking a significant milestone since the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019.
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Kashmiris speak out as Valley witnesses first major polls after Article 370 abrogation

In a significant electoral moment, Kashmir witnessed its first major polls after the abrogation of Article 370, with hopeful residents expressing their aspirations.

Kashmir political leaders accuse authorities of arresting their workers

J&K political leaders, including Sajjad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari, have raised concerns over the arrest and harassment of workers ahead of the polls.