Saturday, August 24, 2019

The Hero of 13 July, 1931

By Saima Bhat It was a speech and what followed it that made him a hero of the 1931 uprising in Kashmir. His identity, however,...

I’m a house and my name is….

I don’t know who I belong to now. Once I had a family. There used to be laughter all around. The children drew sketches...

A Collection Of Paintings: Art Can Express Pain

This feature has some paintings of Iram Razzaq by which she "wants to express the pain of people". They are published in this website...

South Sudan freedom: When is it Kashmir’s turn?

           By Kim Andersen Six months after South Sudan voted for independence of the Muslim dominated North Sudan, the new born country declared its independence...

Economic growth of Jammu and Kashmir

By Showkat Anwar Bhat wave of optimism has swept across the economic development of our state.  In the past thirty years, absolute poverty has...

An island of a man

An island of a man Damn he's cursed Notice the palms of his hands Damn he's hurt Focus on this man With the color of dirt Sketched in with coal So...

‘Kashmir needs to believe azadi will come’

Speaking at the Kashmir Peace Conference 2015, held in New York on 7 December, human rights activist, Khurram Parvez, convenor of the Jammu Kashmir...

From Kashmir to Manhattan

Our teacher was very angry that day. “Mye ha basaan, yemis chhu zehryah garyi gaes cylinder moklyomut (I think her household has run out...

Zareef Ahmad Zareef | A Native Poet

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

In a dream

He looked into the sky and realized that its blue colour had resigned to red. The sun was setting. He turned his face to...
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