Dr Nazir Gilani

Human Rights Day–Kashmir Dr Nazir Gilani PEOPLE across the world celebrated the Human Rights Day. The date was chosen to honour the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and proclamation, on 10 DecemberRead More...
By : Asad Raja | Dec 12, 2017

Observer Report Washington DC

HRs violations in IOK must end: Masood Khan US should play its role as a facilitator in resolving Kashmir dispute: Kashmir and Pakistan are inseparable Observer Report Washington DC Massive human rightsRead More...
By : Asad Raja | Dec 6, 2017
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Kashmir’s political sidestream

RiyazMasroor Public consent is heart of the true democracy. It’s not just the votes polled or the seats secured in the assembly that makes a ruling regime legitimate. Consent of the generalRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Minorities particularly Muslims have been worst victims of deadliest violence

Junaid Malik THE known part of the universe which is inhibited by human race is divided into groups based on ethnic or religious identities like caste, religion or the economic barriers makesRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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It’s high time to resolve Kashmir problem

November 17, 2016 Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi KASHMIR is regarded as one of the oldest problems in the world. It is also one of the most complicated problems that consumes immense resources andRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Casualties of the ‘Freedom’ Struggle

Dr. Sadaf Munshi IT was April 1990. Everyday life in Kashmir was under siege. Schools and colleges were closed most of the time. I spent my days tending to the household workRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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When life in Kashmir was under siege…..

Dr. SadafMunshi IT was April 1990. Everyday life in Kashmir was under siege. Schools and colleges were closed most of the time. I spent my days tending to the household work inRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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India realizes can’t win Kashmiri vote

Dr. GhulamNabi Fai THE idea that the dispute over the status of Jammu and Kashmir can be settled only in accordance with the will of the people, which can be ascertained throughRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir conflict rolls on: Numerous human sacrifices blazon future path

Dr A Majid Siraj I stood guard as a ten year-old soldier with a fake gun on my shoulder close to the podium in LalChowk way back on a summer’s day inRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir: The menace of PSA

A. G. NOORANI ON 23 November 1977, Indian Express published my article entitled “Preventive Detention Revived”. Its opening paras read thus: “The Jammu & Kashmir Public Safety Ordinance 1977, is far tooRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir: A ceasefire that was!

ShujaatBukhari A shocking incident on November 1, along the Line of Control and the International Border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir has come as a grim reminder of the costRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir: Bhat’s ‘Beyond Me’ captivates, jolts the reader

Shujaat Bukhari, Faisul Yaseen THE former Prime Minister of Jammu Kashmir, Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah was on Indian Prime Minister JawaharLal Nehru’s mission Kashmir in Pakistan to explore possibilities to work out aRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Rich schools of poor Kashmir

Nissar Bhat KASHMIR is in the throes of a civil strife of a phenomenal magnitude. The continued shut downs marked by frequent curfews and government-imposed restrictions over past four months have mauled almost everyRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Canadians express solidarity with Kashmiri people

TORONTO, CANADA: Hundreds of Canadians from all walks of life gathered in Toronto to observe Kashmir Black Day. Director of the Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought and Convener of the Friends ofRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir: Where the Truth Doesn’t Matter

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai Srinagar—NPR’s Julie McCarthy was in Kashmir earlier in September and reported on how different the unrest seems now compared to previous years. “First of all, there’s this unprecedentedRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir: Warfare tactic

Syeda Afshana SINCE decades, the tactics of war are used against people mutinous to the authority. It is but natural to see power(s) reacting in a quite jumpy and unnerved way toRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Kashmir uprisings and Indian ‘madness’

November 6, 2016 Suhail Ahmad RECENTLY, senior leader Yasin Malik compared the current unrest in Kashmir with Palestinian intifada, arguing that the uprising succeeded in drawing international attention towards the situation inRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Schools in flames

November 5, 2016 JavaidIqbalBhat LAST week the Principal’s office in JawaharNavodayaVidyala at Aishmuqam went up in flames. The school is located at the foot of a mountain in the middle of aRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Bilateralism fails to resolve Kashmir issue: Masood Khan

November 4, 2016 MianArshad islamabad—President Azad Jammun and Kashmir SardarMasood Khan, Thursday, ruled out option of bilateral dialogue between Pakistan and India for the resolution of the Kashmir issue, saying, the bilateralismRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017

We want………

November 4, 2016 S Mudawar Shams MUSSOLINI and Hitler were the champions of nationalism, but today the world which is divided into nation states rejects the whole idea of the doctrines theyRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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Students don’t know which way to go

November 2, 2016 Nasir Ahmad WITH the examinations only a couple of weeks away, students in Kashmir, particularly those appearing in 10th and 12th classes are in a state of frustration andRead More...
By : admin | Jun 12, 2017
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The Simla Agreement: Help or Hindrance

The Simla Agreement: Help or Hindrance By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai December 2, 2016 The mass uprising of the people of Kashmir against Indian military occupation has evoked two reactions from theRead More...
By : admin | Apr 26, 2017