Contemporary Civil Society in India

    Civil Society is one of the achievements of the modern world because it is here that individuals can realize the self in conditions of...

Resource wars in the twenty-first century

The quest for natural resources has always been one of the main factors leading to war. Many refer to colonialism as perhaps the most...

Kashmir: A tale of travesty

The beginning of a new age of violence in Jammu and Kashmir in 1989 took off with the mayhem ensued by the permission of...

Abdullah family’s rise and fall

By Fahad Shah n the political arena of the Jammu and Kashmir, a little known family before 1930s which made it to the pages of...

Agha Shahid Ali: Chronicler of pain

If There Is a Poet, It Is This, It Is This The passing away of Agha Shahid Ali in 2001 was a collective loss to...

Silences and Shadows: Women in Mirza Waheed’s The Collaborator

By Ishrat Bashir We were the people who were not in the papers; We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print. Margret Atwood:...

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...

Values, Interests and India’s foreign policy

By C. Rohan The visit of the Prime Minister to Myanmar, the first after 25 years is marked a new chapter in India’s foreign policy....

English Language: History and Pedagogy

By Saba Anjum Development of Language demarcates a vital evolutionary invention by mankind in the last few million years. It was an adaptation that helped...

Kashmir’s Unmarked Graves; UN Mediation

By Huma Sheikh In August 2011, the unmarked graves atrocity came to light in Kashmir after the Jammu & Kashmir Human Rights Commission confirmed that...