Tuesday, November 13, 2018


A teacher who translated Oscar Wilde into Kashmiri

In March 2017, Shaheen Akhtar, 33, translated and self published a print of Oscar Wilde’s short story, The Selfish Giant in Kashmiri, titled Khudgarz...

“Without Sheikh Abdullah’s consent J-K couldn’t have been with India”

The author of “Kashmir Conflict and Muslims of Jammu,” Zafar Choudhary on Friday said that Jammu and Kashmir could not have been part of India...

MUNNU: Kashmir’s first graphic novel

MUNNU, the graphic novel published by 4th Estate this month, is the astonishing debut from Kashmir based illustrator Malik Sajad.  We asked Malik about...

Book Review: In the company of a poet

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...

First book on Delhi’s red light district

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...