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By Ayesha Khan: Of all the disputes between India and Pakistan, the most discussed is Jammu and Kashmir, a permanent settlement of which is extremely necessary. This needs to be resolved as both are nuclear countries and if left unsolved, ...
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By our reader Vidyut Kale on an article on The Kashmir Conflict: Will They Lose Us? as a comment. The way things are, the most crucial thing is for our government to become more proactive. From the current crisis situation ...
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By Pooja Dhar Menon via Facebook Notes: This one is a pending note. Pending since some 20 years actually. I like to think of it as procrastination’s best friend, this note. It has taken a lot out of me to ...
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By Uzair Fahmi: Violence & killings has, in the recent times, become a daily fixture in the Valley. We see teenagers getting killed in firing by the CRPF personnel, and counter violence by the common Kashmiris — who is provoked ...
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By Kunal Anand: Kashmir is on the boil, and there seems to be no end to it. What started off as a mass protest against the alleged killings of two teenagers has now spiraled into an uncontrollable flame that has ...
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By Tania Goklany: Nick Robins in his book ‘The Corporation that changed the World’ mentions “Independence of course was a necessary starting point, for release but one that needed to be supplemented by further action to deal with the bitter ...
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By Shikhar Singh: The joint press conference in Islamabad last night baffled hawks and doves alike. What began as a cordial and forward-looking exchange ended in an acrimonious Punch-and-Judy show. While TV anchors grappled with the fast degenerating atmosphere in ...

Kunal Anand: (DISCLAIMER: This article is not meant to against any particular community, instead it supports the plight of a particular community) The recent blockbuster, My Name Is Khan aptly depicts the plight of Asian Muslims who are treated rather ...

Mohnish Bagree: We are driven by five genetic needs: survival, love and belonging, power, freedom, and fun. And the only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act ...

Meenakshi Gaur: It was a one day trip, which I took to Patnitop, a hill station in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. In the morning, I woke up to the call of a laundry man in the train who ...

Avnish Gaurav: Widows of kashmir are our subject of concern in the second part of the series Roaring Bullets And The Eerie Silence. “Photo khechne aatey hai yeh log. Hamari lachari ka mazak banaya hai. Photo bech ke, khud paisa ...

Avnish Gaurav: “You can never understand our pain,” said a young Kashmiri woman, head swathed in a black scarf. No word on earth can truly express the then state of her mind. This reflects just one of the many gory ...

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