Srinagar, May 13 (UNI) The monthly English magazine ''Honour'' hit the stands in the Kashmir valley today.
This was the second magazine in the Kashmir valley after ''Kashmir Speaks'', first issue of which was published last month.
Senior journalist Zahor Ahmad Malik publisher and editor of the magazine, promised readers to give unbiased information.
''The magazine is a publication for people who refuse to be guided by propaganda and spun by evasion'', he said.
The first issue carried a story on chairman of the breakaway Hurriyat Conference (HC) Syed Ali Shah Geelani about his change of heart towards Pakistan.
It said Mr Geelani, known as pro-Pakistan in the past, has departed from his established stand because of Pakistan's changing position on the Kashmir issue.
The ''Honour'' also reported about politicking with education in Jammu and Kashmir where 44 new colleges were set up without any accommodation, infrastructure and staff.
It also contained stories about corruption in the state, pro and anti poll parties up in arms for 2008 assembly elections later this year, discovery of unidentified graves in the valley, valley loosing its 500 year-old classical Soofiyana music, investment of Kashmiris in share market and sports UNI BAS QAB NY CS1652