This article narrates an incident which happened in Kashmir University and raises questions about Kashmir's sovereignty.
The article reviews the Kashmiri cuisine and elaborates upon the various exotic components of it which make it so popular.
The Solution Moderates in the Valley Suggest [Part 5 of ‘A Fresh Wave of Thinking in the Kashmir Valley’ Series]
On possible solutions towards adressing the human rights violations in the Kashmir Valley and creating methods to sort the Kashmir conflict.
What Those Who Disagree with Manu Joseph Have to Say [Part 4 of ‘A Fresh Wave of Thinking in the Kashmir Valley’ Series]
An elaborate account of the side of opinion criticising Manu Joseph's article on the kind of views prevailing among the Kashmiris of today.
What Those Agreeing with Manu Joseph Have To Say â€“ An Analysis [Part 3 of ‘A Fresh Wave of Thinking in The Kashmir Valley’ Series]
An analysis of a Kashmiri muslim writer on the current state of living in the Kashmir valley, and his response to Manu Joseph's article.
What was Manu Joseph”s article all about? â€“ An Analysis [Part 2 of A Fresh Wave of Thinking in The Kashmir Valley]
An analysis of the recent article of Manu Joseph's, the current state of living of the Kashmiris, and a turn towards 'normalcy' in the region
The first part of the the 5-article series, which discusses the background of a fresh wave of thinking descending in the Kashmir Valley.
The article evaluates the significance of human rights in the larger context of constitutional rights and the regards citizens have towards them.
The Hindu-Muslim divide in India is becoming less and less of an issue in India and it would stay that way unless something dramatic was to happen, like the secession of Kashmir.
The article is an account of the writer herself. She narrates her uprooted identity and the longing to go back to the mother land. She calls for a dissolution of conflicts which are on religious lines and asks us to define our identity as human beings.
Part 2 of the Kashmir series. In recent years, the militancy on the Indian side has weaned away and the Kashmiri struggle for self-determination has largely comprised hartals and stone-pelting at Indian soldiers.
Why Is Kashmir Still Relevant And Why Is It Crucial To Understand The Issue Objectively? [Part 1 of #UnderstandingKashmir]
A 5 part series on the complex and ever-present issue of Kashmir. This issue has been the cause of wars between India and Pakistan that have placed a heavy burden on our financial resources.
Kashmir, the paradise on earth, has not been so for its people. Conflicts are a part of life as India and Pakistan fight for Kashmir.
The political instability in Kashmir dates back to the days of the Partition where India and Pakistan fiercely laid claim to the state. As of now, Pakistan controls 30% of the region, India controls 60% of the area and the remaining 10% of the state has been occupied by China.
2005 Briefing cable of ICRC on Wikileaks indicates that Government of India condones or overlooks these tortures which have been going on. While some of law enforcement officers have questioned the credibility of report and while others have completely denied it, but even if there is 1% truth in this report then that it is a shame for our nation, for us as its people and for the ever so proud Indian Army and the other law enforcement agencies.
The nation-state of India has quite a few things to flaunt and be proud of - its rich legacy of democracy being one of them. India has been regarded as the largest functioning democracy in the world and has made itself felt strongly in the global economic arena as well.