From Dreams To Grave

By Yasir Ashraf A twenty-year-old student of Degree College Bemina at Srinagar, Malik Iqbal’s passport was ready as he had interest to go abroad, for further...

The Survivor

I remember: the initial throe and the horror changed into loathing for them and the system that is talked of and never seen and then for my flesh that remained jerking with...

Two Maestros of Kashmiri Music

Muhammed Ramzan Joo Ustad Ramzan Joo was from Kaka Soth, Jamallata, Srinagar. He was born in 1881 and died on December 7, 1971. Belonging to...

A doctor from Ladakh

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...

Shazia’s Father Fights For Justice

A day before Eid-ul-Azha, Shazia Majeed, 28, was found hanging to a ceiling fan in her house. She died in mysterious circumstances. She was...

Being Kashmiri in Delhi

For decades, the mountain range, Pir Panjal in the South Kashmir was the boundary for young Kashmiris. The valley was their only world; living,...

Mental conflagration in Kashmir

Kashmir, the state once known by the famous epithet, “paradise on earth”, has lost its way, due to a critical imbalance in the physiology...

For Quetta, Pakistan

Development is enabling safety and security so that people can go about their in everyday lives. In areas of the world prone to conflict,...

Laila-Majnoon And An Imaginary Homeland

By Mohammad Tabish Who knows hither i cry, In remembrance; A remnant demesne in my memory caught. Laila bawls for Majnoon. Majnoon: chain cloaked, People summoned flower stones. Among the many...
bakery

The roath is here to stay!

Away from the numerous bakeries that dot the streets of Kashmir, there is a confectionary of joy and celebration that has its place intact...