News Topic:Freelance

Mehbooba asks Rajnath Singh to intervene in Kamran Yousuf’s case

Srinagar: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh to intervene into Kashmiri photojournalist Kamran Yousuf's case so that his life...

Defence uses Truecaller app to plead for Kamran Yousuf’s bail!

New Delhi: The defence has used the app Truecaller to argue the case of the defendant, freelance photojournalist Kamran Yousuf, perhaps the first time...

NIA court to hear bail plea of Kamran Yousuf on March 7

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday once again reserved its order on the bail plea of freelance photojournalist Kamran Yousuf who is in...

Kamran Yousuf’s Bail: Court to announce decision on February 21

Srinagar: A Delhi court is likely to announce its final decision on the bail plea of Kamran Yousuf.A freelance photo-journalist, Kamran Yousuf was arrested...

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Neglected PHC in Pulwama prompts local action, authorities respond

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Pulwama marriage hall transformed after The Kashmir Pulse’s coverage

A marriage hall in Bellow village of Pulwama district has seen a transformative cleanup effort following the intervention prompted by the coverage on The Kashmir Pulse.