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Table of contents Features “Tell Modi, he should give us freedom” By Aakash Hassan India’s youth share views about Kashmir uprising By Surbhi Gupta Will you send me photographs? By Alex George Comment Burhan Wani changes Kashmir’s politics By Fahad Shah What Khurram Parvez’s arrest says about India’s intentions By Irfan Mehraj Iron in Kashmir’s soul By Sreejith Karnaver Dispatches True freedom in Kashmir By Nayyar N. Khan How Indo-Pak conflict is now between their citizens By Haroon Khalid Interview “Rural people may vote, but want Azadi” Mirwaiz Qazi Ahmed Yasir, Interviewed by Aakash Hassan Editorial Crushing dissent to construct

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Table of contents Features Vote for Azad Jammu and Kashmir or Pakistan? By Nayyar N. Khan Overview of Azad Jammu and Kashmir 2016 Elections By Maqsood Muntazer Dispatches Comrades of Gilgit-Baltistan By Husho Toussaint Why I believe all Indians should support Kashmir’s liberation By Sriram Ananth Comment Role of British Kashmiris in AJK’s politics By Shams Rehman AJK’s conflicting political identities By Shams Rehman Can new govt in AJK bring change? By Azhar Muhstaq Interview “Elections in AJK and G-B are black spot on the face of democracy” By Touqeer Gilani Review “Fascist coup of the self-proclaimed world’s largest democracy

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Table of contents Features Kashmiri Pandits: Home is a memory By Kabir Agarwal Kashmir’s Reading Room Party By Gowhar Geelani Dispatches Remembering Amanullah Khan By Shams Rehman From ‘Merci Patron’ to ‘Nuit Debout’ By Raphael Godechot Comment The Valley that stole my heart By Sriram Ananth Having bias towards Kashmir By Faizaan Bhat The Kashmir conundrum By Wasiq Abass Essays A journey to India By Lizhi He Photography Amanullah Khan’s journey By Various Fiction Answer me By Gowhar Geelani (Translator) Cover design by Muhabit ul Haq

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Table of contents Features The seditious campus By Surbhi Gupta The Valley without a Cinema Hall By Preksha Sharma & Kabir Agarwal Dispatches Rohingyas: In search of a home By Adnan Bhat Ban on books is ‘azadi’ of Azad Kashmir? By Shams Rehman Comment The JNU ‘spring’ By Gunjan Jhunjhunwala Muzamils and Kanhaiyas of modern India By Daanish Bin Nabi Political activism in democracy and occupation By Mehraj Ud Din Essays Decoding sedition By Rahella Khan Photography The JNU outrage By Tanushree Bhasin Reviews The house of Travancore By Atul K Thakur Fiction Plotistan By Tariq Mehmood Poetry Reading Lolita

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Table of contents Features John Pilger: Kashmir is a critical issue for all of us By Fahad Shah A bookshop of 1890s By Wasaf Jeelani Dispatches Kashmir: Twenty years after By Andrew Whitehead From ‘Je suis Charlie’ to ‘Je ne suis pas Charlie’ By Raphael Godechot Comment Pak-China Economic Corridor and Gilgit Baltistan By Azhar Mushtaq How I ended up into Jama’at-e-Islami? By S Aamir Business Girls at work By Nida Rehman Photography Srinagar’s floating vegetable market By Shahid Tantray Essays Disputing the Kashmir dispute By Simone Mestroni My story Visiting Kashmir changed my perception By Rajendra Tiwari Review ‘The

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November-December, 2014 Table of contents Dispatches Pakistan Pity Peshawar – but what prospects for a peaceful Pakistan? By MA Mistry Indonesia President Jokowi’s cabinet line-up By Kate Grealy Comment Our souls are dead By Sanaa Alimia India’s youth and politics By Kiran Sakkar Sudha Kashmir youth and the conflict By Raphael Godechot Essays Haider: The bollywood rendering of Elizabethan Hamlet By Arif Hussain Reshi & Mohammad Saad Is vote in Kashmir for India? By Latief Ahmad Dar & Fayaz Ahmad Dar Poetry Letters to Toru By Sahana Mukherjee Cover by Muhabit ul Haq

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September-October, 2014 Table of contents Features The deluge in Kashmir By Adnan Bhat Kashmir floods change life of these children By Muhabit ul Haq Dispatches Philippines Govt lags, poverty haunts Haiyan survivors By Anjo Bacarisas Scotland What next after the Scottish referendum? By Mark Mistry Indonesia Indonesia remembers Munir By Kate Grealy Profile Remembering Balraj Puri By Mohammad Sayeed Malik Photography Living on the edge By Shahid Tantray A journalist’s iphone during Kashmir floods By Imran Shah Film Review Review: Haider By Ipshita Chakraborty Poetry An island of a man By Kosal Khiev Cover: Photo by Imran Shah | Design

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August, 2014 Table of contents Features Kounsarnag: A trekking or holy spot? By Shahid Tantray Juley Ladakh By Ayaesha Gooptu Dispatches Survivors of Syrian war By Helena Derwash Indonesia’s Empat Lima By Kate Grealy Profile Ranjoor’s Kashmir By Sanya Mansoor Comment “Pakistan isn’t pro-azadi, it occupies Kashmir” By Rabia Khan Review A Residue of hope By Ipshita Chakraborty Essay Kashmir: Prevalence of mental disorders By Sajad Ahmad Bhat Cover: Photo by Syrian activist (name withheld) | Design by Muhabit ul Haq

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July, 2014 Table of contents Features Pandits return to Kashmir, not home By Sanya Mansoor Cafes trending in Kashmir By Nuzhat Mushtaq Interviews Not Syria war anymore, others fighting Helena Derwash interviews a Syrian activist, name withheld Comment Afghanistan is not about terrorism By Markus Obstmeier Instability in Afghanistan bodes ill for India By Mark Mistry Photo Essay Meadow of Death By Shahid Tantray Fiction The first attack By Shahnaz Bashir Poetry At last By Kosal Khiev Cover: Photo by Shahid Tantray | Design by Muhabit ul Haq

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June, 2014 Table of contents Feature Borneo: Deforestation, Logging, and Mining By Helena Derwash Interviews “It is difficult for Taliban to fight in Kashmir” Hamidullah Arefi Comment I’m angry Ipshita Chakraborty Conscious construction By Rijk van de Sandt Essay Contemporary Civil Society in India By Enakshi Sharma Photo Essay Loss of habitat By Helena Derwash Fiction In the Shrine of Laurence By Umer Bashir Wani Poetry Shepherd By Dhaar Mehak Cover: Photo by Nilanjana Roy | Design by Muhabit ul Haq

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