News Topic:Kashmiri Shawl

April 29, 1865: When Maharaja’s soldiers butchered 28 Kashmiri weavers

The unarmed Kashmiri shawl weavers were protesting against the cruel taxation of the then autocratic government.

Shawl making multi-crore industry in Kashmir: Dr Monisha

Srinagar: Noted independent researcher, Dr. Monisha Ahmed Saturday said the shawl industry in Kashmir spans a multi-crore industry with many people contributing to the...

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Four soldiers, including officer, killed in Doda gunfight

After the death of five soldiers in Kathua, four more soldiers including an officer have been killed in Deesa forest area of Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.
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Experience Top-Quality Healthcare at Super Speciality Hospitals

In recent years, the demand for super-speciality hospitals has increased immensely as more and more people are looking for high-quality healthcare services.

Two arrested in Pulwama for eve teasing and molestation

Two men were arrested in Pulwama on charges of eve teasing and molestation following a swift action by Pulwama Police in response to a complaint lodged by a woman.

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Pulwama celebrates 10th International Yoga Day with enthusiasm

The 10th International Yoga Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Hockey Stadium Pulwama on Friday.

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.