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Pulwama attack: Why the new generation of Kashmiri youth is prepared to kill and die

Pulwama attack: Why the new generation of Kashmiri youth is prepared to kill and die

By : David_Devadas Thursday’s attack at Lethpora, Pulwama, is a wake-up call. It could signal a more lethal phase of violence. The nation must stand together in grief, and with resolve. The last thing the country can afford at this juncture is petty politicking. Indeed, the entire spectrum of Kashmiri politics should come together against […]

Join Heads, join hands and save Kashmir

Join Heads, join hands and save Kashmir

Er Rasheed The wedding between NC and PDP ended before honeymoon; it lasted for few hours and that too on TV channels and social media. The moment Governor dissolved the Assembly, NC and PDP started attacking each other again, indulging in an unending blame game. No one ever expected NC or PDP to get stars […]

Why Saudi Arabia hates Muslim women in the US Congress

Why Saudi Arabia hates Muslim women in the US Congress

Hamid Dabashi It is no surprise the Saudi propaganda machine has come after US House Representatives Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. “Saudi Arabia Declares War on America’s Muslim Congresswomen,” a title ran in Foreign Policy magazine recently, where we find out: “Gulf Arab monarchies are using racism, bigotry, and fake news to denounce Washington’s newest […]

An act of Cowardice at LD Hospital Srinagar

An act of Cowardice at LD Hospital Srinagar

Every live and conscientious soul can understand and feel the pain of Kalaroos Kupwara family whose daughter was forced to give birth to its feotus on the road in this bone chilling cold of January. The pictures of parturition done under the open sky, sends shivers down the spine of every man irrespective of religious […]

Aasifa: A Question to the Humanity

Aasifa: A Question to the Humanity

Inamul Haq “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” (Martin Luther King). Aasifa, 8 years old girl belonging to Gujjar community of Rassana village of Hiranagar Kathua was brutally raped, murdered and was decomposed nearby forests in the month of January 2018. After five days, her body was found in soaked blood and mud, […]

ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE

Language and Literature are unequivocally related to each other. Literature enhances language and it is language that comprehends literature. If the purpose of learning language is communication and literature is communication, the opposite sides of a coin are indivisible. The general conviction is that the information of literature readies the establishment for language learning. English […]

Unemployment: Autumns The Springs Of Life Here

Unemployment: Autumns The Springs Of Life Here

Unemployment is accepted as greatest revile for young people, who are knowledgeable and high degree holders, yet at the same time couldn’t get achievement in finding a reasonable job for themselves, and come in the category of unemployed persons. The apparent objective of education is to make the individual and the general public better in […]

The amazing story of this 38-year-old Indian author who suffers from VHL, a rare disease

The amazing story of this 38-year-old Indian author who suffers from VHL, a rare disease

Kabir Singh Bhandari Writer Payel tells us about the various difficulties she has faced in her life due to VHL, being asked to vacate her home on her birthday and how she wants to make people aware of this rare condition. Delhi based Payel Bhattacharya suffers from von Hippel-Lindau or VHL, which is characterised by […]

Kashmir : “A Political Tool Between India and Pakistan”

Kashmir : “A Political Tool Between India and Pakistan”

Everybody has a view on Kashmir, a long pending dispute between India and Pakistan in South Asian region since last seven decades. I also have my own view on Kashmir. Since childhood I grow up witnessing harshment,Killings, Torture,Abuse and so on. As i grow up i learnt Kashmir is a big Poltical Dispute between India […]

Fiction – The Caged Dove

Fiction – The Caged Dove

Gafoor was breathing his last in his deathbed, in a faint voice, he called both his children Irfana and Azhar closer to him and said, “Daughter Irfana, my time is over, and do take care of your younger brother after me”. With these words, Gafoor closed his eyes forever. Irfana was crying, wailing and cursing […]

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Davinder arrest threatens the fragile trust Kashmiri Sikhs enjoy with Indian state & Muslims

Khushdeep Kaur Malhotra The details of Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh’s alleged involvement with militants and purported role as a ‘double agent’ are still not clear, and perhaps will never be. But the incident has opened familiar and painful wounds for the Sikh community in the Valley. A notification issued by […]