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Ajaz Rashid

Ajaz Rashid is a renowned journalist writing on Politics, conflict, Society, Health etc in Jammu and Kashmir over the last 12 years.


The black clouds of coronavirus are prevailing over Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, and with two positive cases of COVID-19, the alarm bells have started ringing for the government.

NH44: Road to Death

NH44: Road to Death

NH 44: The Anti-national Highway

The only link connecting Kashmir to the rest of the world gets blocked with a light snowfall and shooting stones along the road. Ajaz Rashid writes a detailed report on how...

Home Work for Class Work

The political developments in Kashmir always come at a cost and the abrogation of Article 370 was no different with education bearing the worst brunt. Ajaz Rashid pens down a comprehensive report on how the education of children and young suffered and the alternate means Kashmiris developed to overcome the crisis.

Heartless mothers, Careless doctors, Shameless Government

C-sections getting common in Kashmir is a dangerous trend and the expecting mothers, doctors, and government all are responsible for it, Ajaz Rashid reports. What do call...

Avoid shortcuts

There was a time when mothers used to get the topmost respect in the society for going through one of the most terrible pains known to mankind – the labour pain. Our...

‘Caging Natives’

The decision of the government to restrict the movement of civilian traffic on Kashmir highway for hassle-free passage of Amarnath Yatra convoys has left people fuming in Kashmir

KPC: Time to set priorities & deliver

Journalists in Kashmir have always faced the brunt in the line of duty in conflict-ridden Kashmir. They have always been the target of all sides. For years the journalists were yearning to have a platform where they can raise the issues pertaining to their security and economic well-being.

Media urged to improve climate change reporting

The three-day media workshop on climate change, jointly organised by the Centre for Media Studies (CMS), the Indian Himalayas Climate Adaptation Programme (IHCAP) and the state Department of Ecology, Environment and Remote Sensing, concluded here today. Experts called for evidence-based reporting of climate change vulnerability, adaptation, mitigation and impacts

NC Back in Business

Kashmir's grand old party is back in business, Ajaz Rashid writes The State's biggest mainstream political party, National Conference made a strong comeback on Kashmir's political turf winning all three parliamentary seats in the Valley. NC...

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