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Feature: Kashmir’s paper mache trade hangs by a thread

Sumayyah Qureshi          Despite the pandemic’s devastating impact on business, foreign orders have begun to trickle in ahead of Christmas, giving the dying craft a lifeline. Ahead of Christmas, Nasir Ahmed Mir, 60, a Kashmiri Muslim artist is busy giving the finishing touches to miniature paper mache Santa Claus dolls. The …

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Feature: Did Modi repeal farm laws out of ‘respect’? Here’s 12 times BJP leaders tried to discredit the protests

Jahnavi Sen While repealing the farm laws on Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made it seem like the Bharatiya Janata Party has utmost respect for farmers. “It is important for us that we have not been able to convince all farmers of the benefits of these laws,” he said, …

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Reward money paid for killing a Kashmiri

Dr Syed Nazir Gilani The killing of three civilians Dr. Mudasir Gul, Altaf Butt and Mohammad Amir in Hyderpora, Srinagar, on the evening of November 15, 2021 has shaken every conscience beyond all earlier experiences. The police have taken the mourners into custody for the just demand to have the …

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Article: Behind the extravagance of Kashmiri weddings

(Greater Kashmir) Marriages are indeed made in heaven, and solemnized on earth, but let’s make sure that we solemnize them in a beautiful manner, in a moderate way – neither extravagantly not miserly.

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