Nadeem Gul

Story of Baghdadi chickens and a ‘failed journalist’

Story of Baghdadi chickens and a ‘failed journalist’

Recently a Srinagar based online portal carried a write-up titled as Chickens come home to roost for Kashmir’s Islamists. In the article, the author has sought to discuss certain dimensions of militant movement in Kashmir, which erupted some thirty years ago in late eighties of 20th century. The reasons of militancy eruption in Kashmir were […]

 Wasim Khalid

Pushing of ‘Zakir Musa and the shift Narrative’ by Indian newspaper

Pushing of ‘Zakir Musa and the shift Narrative’ by Indian newspaper

Ever since Zakir Musa, one of the comrades of famous rebel leader Burhan Wani, became the successor face to reckon the militant movement with, the news reports, particularly by Tribune India have been consistently pushing an agenda for the Indian state; cherry picking and choosing the facts to weave them into a story. This selective […]

 Guest Author

Cracks inside Kashmir Militancy: A Serious challenge to the freedom movement

Cracks inside Kashmir Militancy: A Serious challenge to the freedom movement

On April 7, 2017, a group of unidentified militants appeared on the death anniversary of a Kashmiri Freedom fighter Naseer Pandit in Pulwama, a district in Southern Kashmir. The militants after firing some gunshots in air, warned the crowd against supporting Pakistan. The group asked people to wave black flags with Kalima of Islam written […]