Sunday, September 15, 2019

Story of Kashmir— Justice Denied

By Yusra Khan It was a last homecoming for Tufail Ahmad Mattoo. Midway, he met death in its brutal avatar. A tear smoke canister fired...

Old Delhi and Its Inhabitants

Slaughter- houses, orange jalebis frying in hot, burning oil; shiny, colourful bangles hanging from stalls, vendors naming prices, burqa-clad women bargaining with them, the...

Musk of itself

Jacki Lyden talks with Agha Shahid Ali for NPR, 'All Things Considered' at Izhar Patkin's Studio, 28 July 2001, New York In ‘The Ghat of...

Kashmir’s women in radio broadcasting

Despite living under hardships in Kashmir- which is engulfed in the conflict for decades now, women have made their name in the radio. Initially,...

The Rebel Poet of JNU

Extolling brave warriors by singing a Veergatha in Awadhi language, he is a fifty-four year old man with pepper-salt hair, sitting on a red-stone...

651 Pandit Families Living In Kashmir

By Saima Bhat Fifty two-year-old, Santosh and her two sons are among the 651 Pandit families who didn’t migrate when the turmoil started in Kashmir....

Borneo: Deforestation, Logging, and Mining

  The Island of Borneo, which holds the title of the third largest island in the world and was once covered in thick rainforests was and...

Psychological impact on Kashmir’s youth

The Kashmir conflict has shaped the unconscious psychology of the entire Indian-administered-Kashmiri population. It imposes an important question of how the current political situation in the valley has and is psychologically affecting the youth, causing many mental health problems.

Waiting for their sons, mothers die

In one of the world's most violent conflicts, Kashmir, continues to remain under the strong presence of Indian troops. The disputed territory, an outcome...

Shazia’s Father Fights For Justice

A day before Eid-ul-Azha, Shazia Majeed, 28, was found hanging to a ceiling fan in her house. She died in mysterious circumstances. She was...
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