An Indian police officer walks past an injured youth after police chased away Kashmiri Shi'ite mourners who tried to defy a curfew and take out a Muharram procession, in Srinagar December 15, 2010. Authorities on Wednesday imposed a curfew in parts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir to thwart planned Muharram processions, local media reported. Muslims all over the world mourn the slaying of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammad, during the first ten days of the Islamic month of Muharram. Imam Hussein was killed by his political rivals along with 72 companions in the 7th century battle of Kerbala. The injured boy said that he was beaten by Indian police after he took refuge inside a shop.  REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli     (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION CRIME LAW) - RTXVQLW

Such incidents like the recent gruesome Handwara carnage are not new to Kashmir. But, that is not the question.

Producers are more interested in making money by exploiting the unthinking nouveau riche of India

The event was organised by Jamia Collective as part of the fortnightly lecture series being conducted under the banner 'Guftugu'

It was not about a transaction but selfless teaching; it was not centered around a stipend but on inner happiness. 

The term disability is perpetually up against the benchmark of ‘normal’.
A boy who is a cancer patient rests inside the children's ward at the Cancer Centre Welfare Home and Research Institute in Kolkata March 16, 2012. A ruling this week that for the first time allowed an Indian drugmaker to make and sell a blockbuster cancer drug at a fraction of the market price has been hailed as a breakthrough by campaigners for cheaper medicine in the emerging economy. To match Insight INDIA-DRUGS/CANCER Photo taken March 16, 2012.    REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS) - RTR2ZIRJ

These brave souls have managed to fight back this lethal disease with their strong will to live.

"There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them."

Mr. Bhagat's knowledge on the subject of Kashmir is unparalleled, in that it doesn't parallel that of anyone who has knowledge of the subject.

A responsible tourist is one who likes to see things as they are and can derive pleasure and enjoyment without damaging.

The UK Government's foreign travel guidelines instruct tourists to be cautious in Goa and mention that British women have been sexually assaulted there.

Dasra establishes that there is a significant impact of free play in childhood on improved academic achievement among children.

Trans people have always played games, as have people in the entire LGBQTIA+ spectrum. To ask for representation is not a privilege.

Do different types of people use emoticons for a particular purpose?
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Youth Ki Awaaz speaks to young voters and leaders in West Bengal amidst the ongoing Assembly elections.

By Abhik Mukherjee : I was three when I was sexually abused for the first time, and it continued until I was 21. One of my worst experiences was in Class 6

It is far more important to be the right kind of person than it is to marry the right person.

Dear SRK, please don't give in to box office pressure, instead, try to be everything you are.

The Safai Karamchari Andolan led by Bezwada Wilson has for the past few months been running an awareness campaign on manual scavenging.

The future might seem like a distant dream for the citizens of Nepal struggling to keep their lungs safe from all the muck.

After two months, the circle of life has brought Kashmir back in our 'news-feed' due to a similar issue which was raised in the JNU campus.

In India, the community of Rohingyas is relatively small in comparison to these other nations, but their struggle is no less compelling.
Schoolgirls make their way to their school through a vegetable field early morning in New Delhi December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION) - RTX16DK9

That's the positive news as India celebrates the 125th birth anniversary of India's first lawmaker, B. R. Ambedkar.

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