• A Pakistani soldier stands guard at one of the entry gates, Peshawar Zalmi v Quetta Gladiators, PSL 2016-17, final, Lahore, March 5
  • A boy tries to lift an ice slab from a frozen waters body in a north Kashmir Baramulla village. PHOTO/ Nissar Malik
  • CM Mehbooba Mufti having a look at at a handwritten Holy Quran at the museum.
  • President-elect Donald Trump with his wife Melania reaches to speak to an election night rally, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in New York.
  • : Even though some 10300 candidates from Kashmir province had registered for appearing in the exam, only around 6000 candidates from Valley took the UGC-NET examination conducted Sunday. Pic/Javed Khan
  • Thousands Attend protest rally at Hardaturu Achabal Anantnag, Tuesday Pic /Muneeb ul islam
  • Government forces stand alert in a curfewed locality of Srinagar while a man, carrying a child on his shoulders, walks on a deserted street of Srinagar. PHOTOS/Javed Khan
  • Protestors raise road blocks in Anantnag on Monday in response to a call given by separatists. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Curfew, restrictions, shutdown, continue in Kashmir on Day 25. Photo /Javed Khan
  • Youths on Monday painted pro-freedom and anti-India graffiti besides slogans eulogizing slain Hizb commander Burhan Wani on walls, shop-shutters and roads on a the call of the separatist leaders.Pic/Javed Khan
  • A woman, in a traditional burqa, walks on the deserted streets of Srinagar amid a curfew imposed by the government and a strike called by separatists. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Graffiti Revolution: Tribute to slain Hizb commander Burhan Wani painted on a Srinagar wall amid fresh civilian unrest in Kashmir. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • People pray during the night long prayers (Shab) at Srinagar’s Jamia Masjid on the eve of Layla-t-ul-Qadar. Photo/Javed Khan
  • JOURNEY OF FAITH: Devotees march towards Holy Cave as annual Amarnath Yatra began today. 8916 devotees paid obeisance at cave shrine on Day 1. PHOTO/JAVED KHAN
  • An elderly woman shows the mark on her finger after casting vote at a polling booth in Anantnag by-polls. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • On the 13th day of Ramzan, an old may offers Namaz on the banks of a river in Gujjarpati area in the outskirts of Srinagar. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • A child joins elders to pray at a Srinagar mosque on Tuesday noon, the first day of Ramazan, the month of fasting. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Policemen searching the debris of the house that was razed by government forces during a gunfight in Khonchipora village of Tangmarg, Friday. Bodies of two slain Hizb militants were recovered from the debris. Pic/Javed Khan
  • Through their paintings, school children depicting the ill-effects of drug abuse during a drawing competition organized by the Excise Department Kashmir with the theme "Drug addiction - an invitation to death and destruction", Sunday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Ah, Gulmarg is dying! With Gulmarg Development Authority (GDA) miserably failing to do the job, that it is supposed to do, Gulmarg forests are littered with garbage all over, pushing this famous tourist resort to a certain death. Photo/Kashmir Images
  • LABOUR DAY: As World Labour Day was celebrated all over, this man had no time for such ‘extravagance’ and instead continued to toil in a stone quarry in the outskirts of Srinagar. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Local artists perform during 2-day Shikara festival launched by Kashmir’s tourism department on Wednesday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Holding a child in his arms, a man looks at the concertina wire put on the by government forces in a Srinagar locality to implement the restrictions that were imposed in the wake of killings in Handwara and Kupwara. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • MLA Langate, Er Rashid joins the Nimaz-e-Jinaza of one of the three, who were killed in Handwara on Tuesday during a firing incident. Photo/Images
  • Lack of proper drainage in Srinagar once again mocked at the civic authorities here Wednesday noon when a downpour of few minutes inundated major traffic arteries in the city centre. Pic/Javid Khan
  • Mehbooba Mufti being felicitated by people for becoming first woman Chief Minister of J&K.
  • As the weather improves, visitors throng Srinagar’s Tulip Garden on Tuesday. PHOTO/JAVED KHAN
  • A little girl plays with a swing outside her Kangan home along the picture sque Srinagar-Sonamarg road. Pic/Javed Khan
  • WORLD WATER DAY: As the world observed World Water Day on March 22, Kashmir Images photographer, Javed Khan catches Kashmiri women fetching water from unsafe streams and carry the same on their heads to their homes.
  • As the weather betters a little bit, a Shikara puller, while relaxing in his Shikara, enjoys his Hukka, unmindful of world-over anti smoking campaign. PHOTO/JAVED KHAN
  • With wet weather conditions continuing in Valley, higher reaches get another dose of fresh snow today. Hill-town of Tangmarg in the foothills of ski resort of Gulmarg witnessed heavy snowfall Sunday afternoon. Photo/Nadeem Mushtaq
  • Tourists play with snow at Gulmarg as resort received fresh dose of snowfall, Thursday. Pic/Javed Khan
  • A truck turns turtle as Srinagar-Muzzafarabad highway sinks near Chakoti across the LoC. Picture/Touseef Zaffer, Muzzafarabad.
  • Gulmarg got a fresh layer of snow today much to the delight of tourists and tourism traders there. Photo Javid Reshi
  • Going to school in rains is always a fun, particularly when the kids have got new umbrellas to play with! Images lensman Javed Khan captures these kids enjoy rains outside their school near the city centre, Friday.
  • PREMATURE BLOOMING: A gardener tends to tulips in Kashmir’s famed Tulip Garden as the flowers blossomed ahead of usual season. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • EARLY SPRING: Though it should have been a month later, Almonds blossom in Kashmir and people visit Baada`m Waer in Srinagar. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • SCHOOL CHALE HUM…... The government and private schools across the Valley reopened Tuesday after remaining closed for more than two months for winter vacations:Photo/Javed Khan
  • Almonds blossoms ahead of the time in Kashmir troubling the orchardists who worry about the visible weather change in the region. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Women in Barbarshah area of Srinagar protest against Food Security Act on Tuesday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Like elsewhere in north India, the Sikh community in Baramulla celebrated Lohri, Wednesday evening. Pic/Reyaz Rashid
  • While some people adore night, there are others that fear it. Some people wait for the moon to rise in the sky so that they enjoy being in darkness; there are others as well who hate being under the cloak of darkness at night.