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Remembering Junaid Mattoo

Remembering Junaid Mattoo

Zahid Mushtaq  He did every single act he intended to do and said every last thing he meant to say, used every snippet of what he had, until the dawn doomed on 17 of June 2107, and for a person like him there would be no greater aspiration than that. The admiration of the admirable […]

 Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

G7 Summit neglects Kashmir

G7 Summit neglects Kashmir

The Group of Seven summit this week in Charlevoix, Canada, reiterated their commitment to “shared values of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights and our commitment to promote a rules-based international order” but was silent about subjugated Kashmir. The G7 deplored nuclear and missile proliferation but was silent about the […]

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Kashmiris take struggle to Twitter, seek RSD, criticize UN for its ‘failure’

Kashmiris take struggle to Twitter, seek RSD, criticize UN for its ‘failure’

Srinagar, 10 May 2018: Upping the ante against the massive crackdown on civilian protests and demonstrations, Kashmiri netizens across the world generated a Twitter trend in their favour seeking implementation of United Nations resolutions in Jammu and Kashmir. On Thursday evening at around 08:00 pm (IST), Kashmiris using micro-blogging networking site stormed the Twitter with hashtags seeking plebiscite and […]

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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 and Nuclear Studies, National Defense University, Islamabad, Pakistan. She received her PhD in 2010, specializing in International Security and Nuclear Non-proliferation from University of Leicester. Dr. Rizwana is author of a book entitled ‘Pakistan and New Nuclear Taboo: Regional […]

 Aneela Shahzad

Understanding the Sri Lanka Civil War in regional and global perspective

Understanding the Sri Lanka Civil War in regional and global perspective

The people of Sri Lanka have a long and bitter history of colonial rule extending for almost four and a half centuries from 1505 to 1948. The Portuguese, the Dutch and the British each took their turns in enslaving the island. The invaders crushed the local kingdoms and persecuted the Sinhalese and the local Tamil […]

 Dr Javed Jamil

The Indian Express debate on Liberalism: What suits India?

The Indian Express debate on Liberalism: What suits India?

I have been reading the articles appearing in Indian Express on the question of Muslims and the different views regarding their position in the current Indian scenario. The Indian polity seems to have the domination of two kinds of leaders. On the one hand there are people who have manifest communal leanings, some being soft […]

 Nadeem Gul

An open letter to Mr Tauseef Ul Rehman, a salafi preacher, over Kashmir freedom struggle remarks

An open letter to Mr Tauseef Ul Rehman, a salafi preacher, over Kashmir freedom struggle remarks

Respected Tauseef Hussain, Yes, I call you by Tauseef Hussain because it was your original name. I do not know why you changed it from Hussian to Rehman. Is it because most of the Shia keep ‘Hussain’ with their name? Anyways, I write to you when your old video has again gone viral on social […]

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In ‘Shaheed Amir’, we lost a revolutionary friend

In ‘Shaheed Amir’, we lost a revolutionary friend

Mohammad Ismayeel Aleister Crowley says, ‘The people who have really made history are the martyrs.’ Within this relentless cycle of repression in Kashmir morning of 6th March 2018 came with a mode of tenebrous wave of loss, disfigured demon of barbarism, unprecedented sadness, an avalanche of trauma, a popular mentality of panic, a reminder of […]

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Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Muslim Nationalism and Kashmir

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Muslim Nationalism and Kashmir

You would come across many people in your life who at times would save you from somebody’s wrath but very few who would then be concerned about your well being and then put you on the right path. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was one among the few. After the mutiny of 1857, he not only […]

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Islam as The Antidote to Rape Culture

Islam as The Antidote to Rape Culture

Raees Ahmed There is no denying the fact that women in our contemporary society find least respect and safety in every corner and institution. Men have put forth their greatest efforts and energy to harm these noble creatures. Rape and sexual harassment is the most cruel and vicious one. Man’s rapacity to dominate his counterpart […]

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