Saturday, April 20, 2019

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...

Politics Over Flag In Indian Kashmir

By Fahad Shah Expressing his resentment against a political party’s decision of hoisting Indian flag in Kashmir on Republic day, the Jammu and Kashmir state...

I’m angry

  As the mercury soars outside, a seething fury seems to swell inside. The morning newspaper is replete with reports on gang rapes, trafficking and...

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)...

“Educational refugees”

“Educational refugees” is a term, which aptly describes scores of Ladakhi students pursuing higher education, far away from home in places and cities unfamiliar...

Camouflaging International Probe

By Dr. Sheikh Showkat Hussain The ones who have been consistently shielding and patronizing perpetrators of oppression in Kashmir are floating the ideas about establishment...

Kashmir youth and the conflict

  Before landing in Kashmir this year, I thought I had more or less of an understanding of what loaded words as conflict or occupation...

To her with Love

What if she is provided with that handful of love and respect she deserves!       By M F Janawari istory repeats itself,” as they say. But...

From Ramadan to Eid

uben, an Australian Christian/atheist became Abu Bakr after he converted to Islam. Whilst researching about different religions what struck his mind and heart when...

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...