Sh. R.N. Kaw retired as Chief Photographer from Archaeological Survey of India. He was associated in Excavations at Burzahom- Kashmir from 1963 to 1970.
An eminent journalist and translator, Sh. R.K. Bharati worked as a teacher. It is said that he had visualised separate homeland for Kashmiri Pandits in an article written in 1960s.
MM Munshi is a renowned researcher on the historiography of Holy Amarnath Cave. He has remained a senior official of Geological Survey of India and is a keen Researcher.
Mr. S. N. Pandit, hails from Gairoo, (Noorpora), Kashmir, (J.& K). He joined Postgraduate Department of Kashmiri, Kashmir University, Srinagar as Research Assistant and during more than twenty eight years of his service cader as the Research Assistant in the said Deptt.
Major Yoginder Kandhari was commissioned in Indian Army in 1976. During his Army career, besides tenure as an instructor in Indian Military Academy, Dehradun
Mr. P.N. Kachru is an artist of national repute. He is a graduate from the Punjab University. He kept terms in Post-graduation in English Literature, 1945-46, in the same university.
Prof. Kashi Nath Dhar was born on 24th November, 1923 in the Rahbaba-Sahib locality in Srinagar, to Pt. Sarvanand Dhar and Shrimati Kamlavati Dhar.
Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah, during his second tenure as head of the Jammu and Kashmir government, inducted a prominent National Conference (NC) leader from Baramulla, Mubarak Shah, into his cabinet.
The author is a Veterinarian and Animal Husbandry specialist by profession. The author hold degree of B.V.Sc. A.H. from Bihar University, Patna and Masters Degree in Dairying from National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal.
The author is a well known national awardee in film journalism, besides being a retired senior IPS Officer.
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