Thursday, May 23, 2019

Women On Resolution, Government and Future

Kashmiri woman has long been portrayed as a mute spectator of all that has happened and is happening. Considered to be bystanders in the...

Young Novelist Of Kashmir

Interviewed by Fahad Shah On June 9, this year a local newspaper here came up with a story “Palhallan teenage girl turns novelist”. The girl...

Pakistan: A Journalist’s View

Pakistani Journalist, Beena Sarwar interviewed by David Barsamian. Cambridge, MA  18 January 2012 Beena Sarwar is an independent Pakistani journalist and documentary filmmaker. She is the...

Life of a journalist in Kashmir, tells Yusuf Jameel

A parcel bomb blast in Srinagar office of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) changed the life of its then correspondent, Yusuf Jameel. He still...

“In mainstream politics everyone listens to you”

  Tahir Syeed People's Democratic Party (PDP) Can you tell us about your journey to joining politics? When I was a student I was involved with political activities...

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...

“I’m not satisfied with pro-freedom leaders”

He has been one of the major voices against the Indian government in Kashmir. Born in 1963, he was first arrested in 1984 for...

“Why unpack? We will return soon”

For a Kashmiri Pandit life changed when the armed rebellion started in Kashmir Valley in late 80s. The community migrated to Jammu - outside...

‘Communists demand maximum autonomy for kashmir’: Yusuf Tarigami

Interviewed by Fahad Shah The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has its one legislative representation in Jammu and Kashmir state legislature. Muhammad Yusuf Tarigami, from...

India since 1947

Born and raised in Madhubani, one of India's hinterlands, Atul K Thakur studied at the Banaras Hindu University, India. A New Delhi based journalist,...
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