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Kashmir is the beauty of Dal Lake at sunset: the friendly shikarawalas, the mesmerized tourists and the houseboats with cheesy names. It is children...

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Using portrait as a medium I am trying to re-discover mothers who gave birth to revolutionaries. Women - less celebrated, less remembered - who...

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An Indian Parliamentarian and poet, Kabir Suman, opposes Zubin Mehta's concert in the Jammu and Kashmir, scheduled on September 7. He said, in a...

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Srinagar, Kashmir: The civil society of Indian-controlled Kashmir is holding a cultural event Haqeeqat-e Kashmir (The Reality of Kashmir) on September 7, the day which...

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By Owais Gurkoo | Srinagar, Kashmir “Art is not something that is commercial. It is in the heart, and you have to hold it close....

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For majority of the people, the transition time of Indian independence was not filled with the glittering moments. The cunning British bureaucracy, which drove...

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By Atul K Thakur Book Review In the company of a poet by Nasreen Munni Kabir, Rainlight/Rupa, 206 pp; Rs495 (Hardback) (Non-fiction) This conversation book covers the...

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Raindrops of love at dawn, a song of dove on your lips, and me and you half buried in a yellow evanescence of sands, holding (epochs in our) hands by the sea.

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By Fahad Shah New Delhi, India: There is no dearth of books on India's capital city. Still some corners of this city have fountain of...

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