Once ruling Srinagar's bandwidth, now serving cafe culture
  • Once ruling Srinagar's bandwidth, now serving cafe culture(12:46)
    By Sukant Deepak
    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) The year was 2006, and Srinagar was set to have its own Big FM Channel. A 21-year-old young woman, armed with a degree in Business Administration appeared to audition for the position of a Radio Jockey (RJ). One of the valleys first female radio jockeys, Wafa Vakil, who is also the co-founder of 'Cafe Liberty' which has two branches in Srinagar now, looks back with content.
  • Meet the poet who translated Mirabai's works into Urdu(09:18)
    By Mohammad Suaib
    New Delhi, Oct 24 (IANS) It is said that art, culture, literature, sports, etc., know no boundaries, division and difference. A Muslim poet has proven this notion true by translating Mirabai's works dedicated to Lord Krishna into Urdu, even as he faced criticism.
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