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Violence in the name of cow

In the last few years, core issues that plague India have been made to cede much of the political space that they ought to...

Home

By Furqan Fazili A bird weeps alone in a fruitless tree Sun crosses the horizon Moist graves don’t level Unaltered shadows glimmer in smoky air Unwritten lines on hands...

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...

Interview | Angana Chatterji, by David Barsamian

Interviewed by David Barsamian San Francisco: Among the many issues plaguing South Asia none is as violent and deeply contested as Kashmir. The major unresolved...

The Shadow of the Crescent Moon

Fatima Bhutto is a conscience keeper of her sensibility. She has proved it on time and again. Her detailed memoir, Songs of Blood and...

A home away from home

A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people. – Mahatma Gandhi Though I was born and raised in Canada,...

Tsolhama Roshe Roshe…

You stole away with furtive gait, O lover of flowers, my sweetheart! Stay, O stay, my only love! O wizard, why must you leave me thus? Tell me...

Why He Throws Stones

By Iymon Ganaie In the battlefield; guns, bullets, teargas shells, lathis, bricks and stones are the common weapons. Stone is Manzoor’s only weapon in this...

Visiting Kashmir changed my perception

While traveling from Jammu to Srinagar via road, I must say, every atom changes after Banihal town. Years ago, on a same trip, when...

Privatization of education

A buzzing classroom; around 120 students are inside. Once the teacher gets in, noises go off instantly. It seems all of them are desperate...

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