• J&K highway blocked for 4th day in a row February 6, 2008

    Kingston: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni elected to offer words of comfort to the West Indies after seeing his side record a 63-run victory in the first Test here on Thursday. I will not make the mistake by saying that this opposition is not good enough, he said. Every batsman...
  • Kashmir youths enjoy soccer in sub-zero temperature January 31, 2008

    New Delhi: Former Delhi pacer Amit Bhandari announced his retirement from first-class cricket here on Monday. Bhandari, who will soon be turning 33, played two ODIs for India taking five wickets. The lanky Bhandari, however, spearheaded the Delhi and North Zone attack for over a decade claiming 314 first-class wickets...
  • Kashmir youths enjoy soccer in sub-zero temperature January 31, 2008

    New Delhi: Former Delhi pacer Amit Bhandari announced his retirement from first-class cricket here on Monday. Bhandari, who will soon be turning 33, played two ODIs for India taking five wickets. The lanky Bhandari, however, spearheaded the Delhi and North Zone attack for over a decade claiming 314 first-class wickets...
  • Cold wave grips Kashmir, freezes roads, lakes January 22, 2008

    Dubai: Top rankings continued to elude Indian bowlers with the only change in the one-day international positions coming in the form of Pakistan's off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, who made a 16-point leap to rise to third spot. In the absence of any international exposure after the culmination of the World Cup...
  • Sun shines on Srinagar, ray of hope for tourism January 5, 2008

    Mike Hussey told CNN-IBN that we have seen India's batting collapses in this World Cup. ...
  • Sun shines on Srinagar, ray of hope for tourism January 5, 2008

    Mike Hussey told CNN-IBN that we have seen India's batting collapses in this World Cup. ...
  • Bollywood slowly renewing its J&K ties with Daastan December 12, 2007

    New Delhi: Batsmen are expected to have a ball on flat sub-continental pitches in the World Cup -- only if allowed by Dale Steyn and other skillful speed merchants. Pitches may be slow but there is always room for quality pacemen to make a mark, as was proved by Australian...
  • Bollywood slowly renewing its J&K ties with Daastan December 12, 2007

    New Delhi: Batsmen are expected to have a ball on flat sub-continental pitches in the World Cup -- only if allowed by Dale Steyn and other skillful speed merchants. Pitches may be slow but there is always room for quality pacemen to make a mark, as was proved by Australian...
  • Migratory birds take annual winter vacation in Valley December 4, 2007

    Melbourne: Struggling Australian stand-in skipper Michael Clarke has turned to his childhood mentor and Indian-Origin coach Neil D'Costa in a bid to revive his batting form ahead of the upcoming World Cup in the sub-continent. The move comes a day after national selector and former India coach Greg Chappell publicly...
  • Hurriyat willing to take part in 2008 J&K polls November 3, 2007

    But the All Parties Hurriyat Conference wants a rollback to the pre-1953 status. ...
  • 2 yrs on, Kashmir earthquake survivors live a nightmare October 8, 2007

    Thousands still live without proper shelter in worst hit Uri. ...
  • J&K govt apologises for giving Dutt official car September 4, 2007

    Dutt was given a bulletproof car to travel from Jammu to Katra. ...
  • Meet the Kashmiri Rage Boy, the face of angst August 12, 2007

    Shakeel Ahmed Bhat has become the poster boy of Muslim protests. ...
  • Houseboats may not be as Indian they appear August 10, 2007

    The houseboat is more British than Kashmiri. ...
  • Oh boy! J&K's only qualified cricket coach is a woman August 1, 2007

    Sakina Akhtar is the cricket coach of both the boys and girls teams. ...