Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Sedition in the neo-colonial India

  I was walking in the Bloomsbury area of London, far away from home, when I read that more than sixty Kashmiri students were expelled...
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‘#PulwamaRevenge’ will only turn Kashmir more bloodied

After the deadliest suicide attack on the paramilitary forces in Kashmir, the word revenge is trending all across India, but is that how such...

On Holi eve, India spills Kashmir youth’s blood

  When India’s next possible Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi was taking ‘holi’ dip in Varanasi, the Indian state had already silenced one more youth...

Emotional abuse in relationships

In my career as a Life Coach, I have come across many people (mostly women) who are surviving with abusive partners. The impact is...
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Bangladesh: “Not about politics, it’s about justice and our right to life”

May 8, 2017 - a cousin of mine, whom I loved very much, passed away that day from a road accident while she was...

In response to Write Hand: Which “power” and “resistance to power”?

One can never look into someone’s mind to find out what’s going on in there. When we write it is that something that comes...
Breaking News Kashmir

“My husband tortured me, forced abortion, stops my Indian citizenship, not surprised if he...

My name is Mehnaz Siddiqui and I'm a Pakistani national (passport number KH788258) married to an Indian citizen Abdullah Danish Sherwani. We met 10...
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“It’s not Jantar Mantar, madam, it’s Kashmir”

A child looked up at me and asked, “Aunty, aap India se aayi ho kya?” (Auntie, have you come from India?). Before I could...
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In Kashmir, people remember history but only politicians forget

In 1984, Farooq Abdullah (left) of National Conference (NC) was dismissed by the then Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Jagmohan (center), and Abdullah's brother-in-law...

Death penalty: Is capital punishment morally justified?

By Jeffrey Howard, University of Essex The execution, by hanging, of Yakub Memon for his part in the 1993 Mumbai bombings invites us to revisit...