Wednesday, January 22, 2020

“Wish to see propaganda free Kashmir”

One of the young among the Kashmiri musicians and singers, Mohammad Muneem, born in 1983, is the lead vocalist of a Pune based Ethnic/Sufi...

“Rural people may vote, but want Azadi”

Since July 8, when popular rebel commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, Burhan Wani, was shot dead, a never before civilian uprising has been going on...

“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...

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...

“Elections in AJK and G-B are black spot on the face of democracy”

The Azad Jammu and Kashmir also called as Pakistan administered Kashmir is going through regional elections next month. Being a divided part of 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...

Chakkri: A Melodic Folk Song

In an interview with Fazil Qayoom, Sheikh Fayaz - one of the pioneers of Valley’s Chakkri singers, talks about this traditional melodic folk song...

“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...

David Barsamian: Kashmir strikes at the heart of Hindu nationalist India

David Barsamian, one of America’s most tireless and wide-ranging investigative journalists, has altered the independent media landscape. His weekly award-winning program Alternative Radio, now...

Not Syria war anymore, others fighting

Syria is going through one of the world's deadly conflicts – this civil war, which began as the “Jasmine Revolution” Arab uprising started in...
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