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At a time when the situation in Kashmir is, once again, on the boil one badly misses Balraj Puri for his enviable understanding and...

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Abdul Sattar Ranjoor was a beloved poet, an honest politician and a fearless revolutionary. He was also my Dadaji (grandfather). His integrity and intelligence commanded...

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Anne Sweeney's saying, 'define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live,' relates...

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By Arif Shafiq Badoo The streets of Kreeri village smelled of spoiled blood, and silence filled the air with smoke. The Wednesday afternoon of July...

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Shah Music Centre is a ten by ten feet shop in the core of Meena Bazar, Delhi. It is an eighty year old gramophone...

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Maqbool Butt said in a Special Court of Pakistan: “I have disliked self-praise but now when my role is being distorted, deliberately, I am...

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By P G Rasool Regarding the revolutionary struggle, Eqbal Ahmad writes in Confronting Empire, “A strategy of moral isolation assumes that the adversary has based...

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By Suhail Akram He had even engraved her name on his wrist.  There was a gossip that he is mad about this tall girl from...

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            By Saima Bhat Zareef Ahmad Zareef was born on April 17, 1943 in Aali Kadal, belongs to a middle class family in the Old...

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