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In one of the world's most violent conflicts, Kashmir, continues to remain under the strong presence of Indian troops. The disputed territory, an outcome...

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  He walks out slowly from a single storey house, made of mud and C-grade bricks, wearing a ragged woollen cloak and a dark blue...

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For twenty-two years, Saja Shah, her husband, and their three children have lived in a two-room rented apartment. Saja, a homemaker in her early...

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Jacki Lyden talks with Agha Shahid Ali for NPR, 'All Things Considered' at Izhar Patkin's Studio, 28 July 2001, New York In ‘The Ghat of...

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Nelson “Madiba” Rolihlahla Mandela was born on the 18 July 1918, to the Thembu Royal Family in Umtatu, in South Africa’s Cape Province, his forename,...

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Electrocution, sexual molestation, physical beatings, moving rollers over the legs to break bones were a few methods of torture used by Indian troops to...

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"Future of the great nation," reads a hoarding of the Operation Sadbhavana project in a military base lawns near the Palhallan village in the...

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Stones hurled all around the roads, shops and businesses closed. Police and paramilitary forces prowl side streets and lanes that connect to main roads,...

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If I had no children, I would have killed myself a long ago. Whenever I think of doing so, it comes to my mind that what will happen to my son and daughters when they would need clothes and food. Who would take care of them?

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The Kashmir conflict has shaped the unconscious psychology of the entire Indian-administered-Kashmiri population. It imposes an important question of how the current political situation in the valley has and is psychologically affecting the youth, causing many mental health problems.

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