Friday, December 13, 2019

Kashmir: Absence of a free homeland

The extent of suffering of Kashmiri children and youth under the occupation is shocking and unreported. We need to shed light on the shattering...

October 27: A farce that lives on

The people of Indian-controlled Kashmir remember October 27 as black day when Indian army was deployed in Srinagar to manipulate the decisive moments of...

In Kashmir, power holding craps are not holy

The people are dying there, and they are being given grief or indifferences with the overt identities they have, not by the non-buzz word-‘humanity’. In Kashmir, human rights stand terribly below the fundamental level. The people have been voicing in its favour and the authority, who rule the course have been offering cold shoulder on those demands. Things were set in painful equilibrium, so tragedies turning like norms in the Valley.

“Looking for safety in Gaza is trying to delay death”

During the Holiest month of the Islamic calendar “Ramadan” the Israeli Government has continued its military attacks on the people of Palestine. Ramadan is...

Editorial: The question remains unanswered

For decades Indian-held-Kashmir has been going through a turbulent time. Once people were fighting the Dogra rulers for their rights and then after the...

The beheading of Rahim Chhaan and two others

The history of ideas usually credits the discourse that it analyses with coherence. If it happens to notice an irregularity in the use of...

Edward Snowden: From blowing the whistle to Moscow

It seems clear that the story will run for some time. Reports in the Russian press suggest that the US may ground any flights entering its airspace on which it suspects Snowden may be, and Snowden himself has promised that further information has already been passed to third parties and is likely to be released.

How New Delhi manages Kashmir

When Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi recently visited Kashmir, there was hardly any hope that they would bring along a...

The quasi-official anthem of occupation

In the Trblinka death camp during the Nazi era, new arrivals who were about to be gassed to death were presented with a deceptive...

The misdirected debate on rape in India

The streets of the capital fume with fury and desperation. Thousands of people gather at India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Jantar Mantar and other nook...
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