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“Akhri Station” and the Voice of the Wretched

“Akhri Station” and the Voice of the Wretched

DAR AAQIB, AABID YOUSUF Akhri station, a Pakistani drama, written by Amna Mufti, and directed by a critically acclaimed director, Sarmad Sultan Khoosat, is a…

“You are coronavirus” Students from Northeast India face bigotry

Aamir Altaf Every year, thousands of young people from the Northeast migrate mainland Indian cities in search of jobs and education. But most aren’t treated…

Reimagining and revisiting the history of Kashmiris

Syed Suhail Yaqoob It was a routine discussion on sociology. Within the time it converged to political discussion. Kashmiri’s restrained discussions often converge to politics…

A short trip to ‘The Capital of Biryani’

A short trip to ‘The Capital of Biryani’

They say “better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times”. I…

Wall of kindess: the humanitarian effort to unite humanity

Wall of kindess: the humanitarian effort to unite humanity

Kashmir is known for hospitality and generosity throughout the World. People here are always ready…

Gender justice: a conversation long overdue

Gender justice: a conversation long overdue

In the past couple of months, more particularly, amidst voices getting shriller across the globe…

Fading cultural pluralism

Fading cultural pluralism

Zeenat Manzoor Cultural pluralism is a beautiful attribute in a society that leads to the…

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Blame it on Tabligh! Politics still on

Blame it on Tabligh! Politics still on

Dr. Javed Jamil                 In the midst of a life threatening crisis, the politics is still on. The media and the system is…

Covid-19 : Cost of prioritizing national security over human capital

Covid-19 : Cost of prioritizing national security over human capital

Dr. Altaf Ahmad Dar One of the most emerging volatile zones for COVID19 today apart from China, Italy, the USA, and Iran is India and Pakistan. With a rising number…

BJP and Israel: Hindu Nationalism is Ravaging India’s Democracy

BJP and Israel: Hindu Nationalism is Ravaging India’s Democracy

It was only a matter of time before the anti-Muslim sentiment in India turned violent. A country that has historically prided itself on its diversity and tolerance, and for being…

Pandit oligarchy and Occupation: A historical perspective

Pandit oligarchy and Occupation: A historical perspective

Khan Khawar Achakzai The Pandits acted as the grinding slabs for the Dogras. The subjugation was so pronounced that word pandit became synonymous with ‘Maharaj’ (Mahra). The Kashmiri Brahmins (also…

Africa and Palestine: A Noble Legacy That Must Never Be Betrayed

Africa and Palestine: A Noble Legacy That Must Never Be Betrayed

The Palestinian leadership, intellectuals, artists and civil society ambassadors must shift their attention back to the Southern hemisphere – Africa, in particular – rediscovering the untapped wealth of true, unconditional…

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Destruction of houses in the name of ‘Collateral Damage’

Destruction of houses in the name of ‘Collateral Damage’

2018 was the most deadliest year in the decade after 2009, more than 580 people were killed which included 160 civilians and 267 militants, reported…

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In conversation with Dr. Rizwana Karim Abbasi on CPEC

In conversation with Dr. Rizwana Karim Abbasi on CPEC

Hailing from Bagh, Pakistan Administered Kashmir; Dr. Rizwana Abbasi is Associate Professor at Department of Strategic…

Will India achieve The SDG-1 by 2030?

The Red Sea Clog