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    Govt lags, poverty haunts Haiyan survivors

    By Musica Bacarisas

    Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded is know in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda, this typhoon devastated the Philippines and portions of South East Asia on 8 November 2013. The deadliest and the …

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    The deluge in Kashmir

    By Adnan Bhat

    The devastating floods that hit most parts of Kashmir region left a trail of damages, loss, and memories that one may never forget. The Kashmir Walla team has visited all the flood affected areas for …

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    Review: Haider

    By Ipshita Chakraborty

    The movie both fascinates and disappoints, though in its entirety it is sure to leave the audience with a lingering feeling of uneasiness and disquietude.


    Vishal Bhardwaj’s obsession with the Bard is common knowledge. After the seamless adaptations of Macbeth to the Mumbai underworld and Othello to the crass Uttar Pradesh heartland, Bhardwaj’s muse this time around …

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    Indonesia remembers Munir

    By Kate Grealy

    Ten years after his death, Indonesians continue to demand justice for human rights activist Munir

    This week marked the ten year anniversary of the assassination of leading Indonesian Human Rights defender Munir Said Thalid, activists as well as ordinary citizens commemorated his death at events across the country, renewing calls …

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    Living on the edge

    By Shahid Tantray


    In the continuous exchange of fire and mortar shells at the disputed international border and Line of Control between India and Pakistan the people living in the border villages have been facing hardships. Both …


Families of killed youth reject army compensation; ‘Will pay two million to army if it handovers killers to us’

Rejecting Army’s compensation offer of Rs 10 lakh, the parents of the slain youth Friday said they would not accept any…


UK Parliament

Indian anger as UK Parliament discusses Kashmir’s human rights

The UK House of Commons debate on Kashmir took place against the sombre background of a flooding in India and Pakistan…

London protests

Art & Culture

A Canvas for Kashmir

  Kashmir is the beauty of Dal Lake at sunset: the friendly shikarawalas, the mesmerized tourists and the houseboats with cheesy…

Shahmali Begum : Mother of Maqbool Bhat.



Israel’s spectacle of ugliness

It breaks my heart. Images of a toddler burnt to death by an Israeli hell-fire missile, being held aloft by her…

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