Browsing: Diaspora

Kashmiris have been impressive traders since medieval age. They have been migrating and establishing businesses across the world. This section is the richest repository of information about the Kashmiri community that lives outside India.

Diaspora
Dinuba’s Kashmiri Mayor

As Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik is publicly excited over a foreign educated young man becoming Srinagar Mayor, a young…

Diaspora
Education Experiments

The first major crisis that better-performing students from poor family backgrounds face is between 14 and 18 years of age…

Diaspora
Kashmir In Dhaka

Apart from easily available Kashmiri handicrafts and almost omnipresent Kashmiri students pursuing medicine, Dhaka holds many links to Kashmir, writes…

Diaspora
Bonhomie Beyond Home

Kashmiris living in North America had their third community gathering in Los Angles. Sumaya Teli reports how the event is…

Culture
The Beach Pheran Party

The GenNext of non-resident Kashirmis is on a rediscovery route with focus on culture. Last month, a few young women from…

Careers
AK 90

Amjad Khan was an engineering graduate when he obliged his parents and flew to US for further studies. Holding a…

Business
CPEC Impact?

Kashmiri expats in Dubai admit the CPEC is a major development in the region and may impact Kashmir but insist…

Business
Cashmere in Dubai

Hundreds of Kashmiris toiled hard in Middle East’s coastal desert to become part of Dubai’s golden-glass growth story. Belatedly, they…

Diaspora
Ladies with Lamp

By dusk of April 22, multiple candlelight vigils were held in different parts of the world against Handwara killings. The…

Conflict
Pushed To The Wall

In various cities and towns across India, Kashmiris are prone to face harassment and societal exclusion. These dangers became visible…

Culture
The Un-Silent Valley

An event in London held to celebrate the literature emerging from Kashmir besides developing a multi-perspective understanding of Kashmir, talked…

Diaspora
Kashmir in America

The second generation of around a 1000 Kashmiri American families feel more closer to their ancestral land and are making small efforts in their own way to help alleviate sufferings of their brethren. A Kashmir Life report.

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