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Azadpur’s Children

By: Saima Rashid Kashmir, 2030… “We will get it, today or tomorrow. Azadi is our birthright and we shall have…

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Doomed Daughter!

Bilal Handoo It is one of those medieval houses in old Srinagar that stirred up nostalgia. On its first floor,…

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Tryst with rejections

Bilal Handoo Out from the bustling bazaar of old town Baramulla, he walks as if in seclusion. He often walks…

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Small is beautiful, dogs!

Junaid Ashraf All the dogs of the high-walled city of Capitaloslovakia came rushing—all at once, seemingly depressed. They walked through…

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This Hope is hopeless

Bilal Handoo He celebrated like a Brazilian soccer fan over ‘their victory over them’. But more than one party’s win,…

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Yearning for Mother

Bilal Handoo Last year on Mother’s Day, Tabasum’s face was beaming with smile. Her younger sibling, Murassa was too cheerful. 365…

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The fatal feud!

Aarif Muzafar Rather The word Azadi struck his ears at the age of 7. It was the period when Kashmir…

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The confined tale

Bilal Handoo It is raining heavily tonight. A haunting darkness has wrapped hundreds of households in downtown Srinagar. The clock…

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