A journalist by chance with over six years of experience in reporting, editing, and curating content. Nisar has dual Masters Degrees in Mass Communication and Journalism, and English Literature. He has covered education, health, politics, and human rights. He likes working for a daily, though occasionally tries his pen in long-form to connect personal narratives with history. Nisar loves reading, and re-reading Orwell.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board (JKSSB) has come up with an official notification for filling up over 8000 Class-IV posts in various departments in what would be the first employment
Srinagar: As the more virulent COVID-19 wave wreaks havoc across India, Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar has put on hold all routine Out Patient Department (OPD) services and elective surgeries preparing itself
Srinagar: They prepared valid documents when they bought the land years ago and built their houses after getting all the required official permissions, however, two families in Budgam have been asked to
Srinagar: A case of medical negligence involving a young patient being repeatedly administered expired injections is being subtly brushed under the carpet in southern Kashmir’s Shopian district. While the administration has
Srinagar: The University of Kashmir (KU) has become a hotchpotch of rules breached by its own ‘learned’ employees including some senior faculty members. The varsity’s staff accommodation system is rife with favouritism so
Srinagar: Did you know ribcage in Kashmiri is called Kāní pan̂zur? Spine Thårkoṇḍ? That hirgogul (Adam’s apple) and hirwol (oesophagus) are two different words? Or while most of us are taught English vowels and consonants by age 10, how
’58 civilians killed since abrogation of Article 370′ New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Tuesday said the J&K government has issued nearly 34 lakh domicile certificates till January 25, 2021,