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Losing Ground?

Sheikh Shabir Politics is a game. The players have to be active always. Every move demands rational decision making. There…

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Death to Education!

Basharat Ali Last year I met a Kashmir University Professor in New Delhi who advised me to study “…this book…

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Faulty  Engagement

Muhammad Tahir If the two day ‘Srinagar Media Summit’ (hosted at SKICC by an NGO called Lehar), attracted headlines in…

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Breaking the Silence

Mehraj ud din Every native in this place is engulfed and fettered with so many questions that it ended up…

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Who’s Heroes?

Tanveer Ul Haq I hope Kashmir is done with celebrating the personal achievements of a few Kashmiris, who cracked the…

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Failures: Theirs and Ours

Basharat Ali On July 13, the Martyrs Day, all pro-freedom groups have called for a united strategy. Whether this ‘unity…

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Going Berserk

Mohammad Ahseem The debate generated over the arrest of a Kashmir University student recently attains meaning only when perceived in…

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Pray to God

Nasrun Mir Srinagar is a curious place. On Thursday when water levels of the river Jhelum were bulging, and the…

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‘Unwanted’ Rohingya

Riyaz Rashid A strong word of mouth is: representatives of Rohingya Muslims are making rounds in Kashmir. The timing of…

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Engineered blockade?

Basharat Ali Last week parts of North Kashmir were literally cut-off from the rest of the world; at least in…

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Re-positioning Resistance

Muhammad Tahir When political closure gave rise to the Kashmiri armed militancy in the late 1980s, the autonomous political process…

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K-Sufferings 

Amit Koul I am not well-versed with writing skills. But the amount of pain, regrets and old memories, I carry…

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Unknown Heroes

Mehraj Din  Disremembering our roots turns out into forgetting our identity and divorcing our identity ends up erasing the roots…

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