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About Zubair
Zubair Dar is a multimedia journalist based in Srinagar, India.
Languages
English Urdu
Services
Vox Pop News Gathering Photography
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Portfolio

Srinagar: Mirwaiz Umar Farooq's Return to Jamia Masjid After Four Years

22 Sep 2023  |  www.urduvoa.com
Separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq addressed a gathering at Srinagar's Jamia Masjid after a four-year ban. He had been under house arrest since August 5, 2019, following the revocation of Kashmir's semi-autonomous status.

The Tibetan Community in Srinagar: 'Even after spending 60 years, the future here is not visible'

28 Aug 2023  |  www.urduvoa.com
In the Indian-administered region of Kashmir, there exists a 'Mini Tibet' where residents who have migrated from Tibet are settled. This report by Zubair Dar explores why these people came from Tibet to Srinagar and why they have chosen to settle here despite the deteriorating conditions in Kashmir.

Why are the lakes of Indian Kashmir shrinking?

27 Jul 2023  |  www.urduvoa.com
The two major lakes of Indian-administered Kashmir, Dal and Wular, have been continuously shrinking over the past several years, posing a threat to their existence. Experts discuss the reasons behind the shrinking of these lakes in a report from Srinagar by Zubair Dar.

Temple Repairs: Will Pandit Families Return to Indian Kashmir?

17 May 2023  |  www.urduvoa.com
The BJP government in Indian-administered Kashmir is emphasizing the restoration of historic temples to boost tourism, which had become desolate following the departure of Hindu Pandits from the region. The restoration of these historic temples raises the question of whether Hindu Pandit families will return to the area.

Kashmir’s Pencil Village Generates Two-Thirds of Wood Needed for Pencils in India

05 Apr 2022  |  www.voanews.com
In 'Pencil Village' in Kashmir, a factory is responsible for producing two-thirds of the wood used to manufacture pencils in India. These pencils are then exported to numerous countries, highlighting the village's significant role in the global supply of an essential educational tool.

Melting of Kashmir Glaciers Causes Concern About Water Shortages

24 Dec 2021  |  www.voanews.com
The Himalayan glaciers, which provide water to nearly a quarter of the world's population, are melting at an alarming rate, raising concerns about future water shortages.

Thousands of Rohingya Refugees in Northwest India Live in Fear of Deportation

12 Mar 2021  |  voanews.com
Thousands of Rohingya refugees residing in temporary camps in the Jammu and Kashmir region of India are living in fear of being deported back to Myanmar. They have expressed a desire to avoid returning due to past abuses.

Climate Change Affecting Saffron Farming in Kashmir

15 Dec 2018  |  voanews.com
Saffron farming in Kashmir, one of the world's prime locations for the spice due to its terrain, soil quality, and weather, is experiencing a decline in production due to unpredictable climate changes in recent years.

Women Photojournalists in a Male-Dominant Society are Breaking the Norm

29 Aug 2018  |  www.voanews.com
In the Indian-administered state of Kashmir, photojournalists, predominantly men, have been documenting the daily lives and struggles of people amid a three-decade old armed conflict. However, women photojournalists are now emerging and challenging the male-dominated industry in South Asia.
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