Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Afghanistan is not about terrorism

Some may say the world is huge, others claim the world is small but what is certain is that it is treasurable with all...

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)...

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...

The JNU ‘spring’

  It all began with a bunch of slogans. A ‘shout in the street’ ceases to be apolitical when faced with forceful condemnation. In the...

Of knowledge and humanity

It is imperative to realize that we cannot expect a foreigner from the West, or some super genius in a remote corner of the country to come to our rescue. We are the ones suffering and we are the ones who have to come up with the solution as well. We possess the knowledge but we lack the drive to apply it practically to simplify our problems.

I Am Not A Kashmiri

I sit down to write this in the brief interlude following a rather devastating piece from the recently released anthology ‘Until My Freedom Has...

Role of British Kashmiris in AJK’s politics

Being attached with the areas of migration and having material political and cultural links with the areas of origin are common amongst migrants -...

‘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...

Complicating the simple

"Beware, do not stray from the path of righteousness after I am gone. O, people, no prophet or apostle will come after me and...
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...
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