Wednesday, June 3, 2020

The debate of Article 370

  "You may write me down in history with your bitter twisted lies. You may trod me in the very dirt, but still like dust, I'll rise."...

Kunanposhpora: A collective shame

By Ikram Ullah Kashmir needs no introduction to the people on watch for the Human Rights violations in the conflicts around the world. They must...

Kunan Poshpora: A Forgotten Tragedy

Last month it marked the twentieth anniversary of Kunan-Poshpora mass rape case. Twenty years is huge period. Many regimes took power both at centre...

Political activism in democracy and occupation

Note by the author: End number of articles was written in recent days ranging from journalists to activists, professors to research scholars in India...

Iron in Kashmir’s soul

The first episode of the series produced by Video Daddy can be watched here. “…the colour of my soul is iron-grey and sad bats wheel...

Am I apolitical?

By Basarath Hassan Common connotation of politics is no lesser than a devil incarnation. Generally, politics is conceptualized and perceived as evil and something immoral,...

Of Plight, Rehabilitation And The Empire?

By Sanjay Tickoo The views expressed are authors own, it does not necessarily reflect The Kashmir Walla's editorial policy. The plight of valley based Pandits Rehabilitation;...
Photograph courtesy pamirtimes.net

Pak-China Economic Corridor and Gilgit Baltistan

After the division of the sub-continent and emergence of two new states -  India and Pakistan, the subsequent circumstances not only imprinted tales of...

Corruption Reigns in Pakistani Kashmir

By Zafar Iqbal The misconduct of political elite and top government functionaries suggests that Pakistan Administered Jammu & Kashmir (PAJK), commonly known as Azad (free)...

Early Days Of Radio Kashmir And Rise Of Female Singers

Before the advent of broadcasting service in Jammu and Kashmir in 1947, the print media was broadly confined to the coverage of current affairs...
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