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Afzal Guru

Understanding the Discredited Institution of Dialogue in Kashmir
11:25PM | Updated Date: Sep 11 2016 11:25PM File Photo Sixty-four days of shutdown, curfew and blockade; 78 killings; more than 10,000 injured; around 250 blinded and counting. Amongst the unprecedented resilience of people and the oppressive ...
 Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago
Govt has to be serious about solving Kashmir problem: Kanhaiya
The NDA government at the Centre is not serious about finding a solution to the persisting problem in Jammu and Kashmir, alleged Kanhaiya Kumar here today. At a convention organised by AISF and AIYF, Kumar said the Government simply wants the issue ...
 The Echo Of India2 weeks ago
Kashmir Stories
Summer 2016 A panel from Munnu: A Boy From Kashmir (Fourth Estate, 2015). Courtesy Malik Sajad In early February of this year, a trio of students at the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi were arrested for sedition following a panel ...
 Dissent Magazine2 weeks ago
Limited Bandwidth: Where Is The Reporting On Kashmir?
Kashmir is like Solomon's Baby, except both of its prospective mothers are happy to cut it in half. In early August, a US-Kashmiri teenage girl wrote an open letter to Indian prime minister Narendra Modi that was reported by the Times of India : ...
 Axis of Logic3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review
Kashmir: Blame Game Isn't Policy OpEd
Kashmir is on a boil. In the absence of political measures, the situation can further worsen. The discourse over bringing normalcy to Kashmir must be based on a meaningful dialogue and democratic means that address the grievances of the people of ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago
Kashmir can be another Syria ?
10:24PM | Updated Date: Aug 28 2016 10:24PM File Photo From last almost 50 days, Kashmir valley is on boil. Almost 70 civilians, mostly youth have died so far. As per media reports around 6000 people are injured which includes around 1000, who ...
 Greater Kashmir1 month ago
Bravo, Kashmiri Youth
Pakistan's Independence Day this year was quite different in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Amid the month long curfew and house arrest for Kashmiri political leaders, the fearless youth of Kashmir came out with Pakistan's flag in their hands and ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Killings continue in Kashmir, New Delhi looks the other side of the border
Killings continue in the Kashmir Valley. In just one day, on Tuesday, another 5 civilians killed and 31 injured. Yet the political rulers in New Delhi and Srinagar insist on bypassing this reality. Instead they want to distract and dwell on the ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago
Why the Kashmir protests in 2010 and 2016 are different
Summer had arrived in Kashmir, tourists were coming in droves and India's paradise was in business. One day — July 8 — was all it took to shatter that picture postcard. In the 40 days since that day, when security forces killed Hizbul ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Art is a means of resistance, says Kashmiri cartoonist
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. SRINAGAR, Aug. 12 -- Cartoonist Mir Suhail's work has gone viral on social media drawing the attention of national and international media amid the ongoing ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Kashmir in crisis : Before and after the killing of Burhan Wani
"The Kashmiri will not accept defeat in a hurry." - AS Dulat, former chief of India's external intelligence agency, the Research & Analysis Wing The façade of 'normalcy' Hizbul Mujahideen's Burhan Wani was an instantly recognisable face to ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago
Face the reality
10:01PM | Updated Date: Aug 11 2016 10:01PM File Photo Kashmir is on the boil and more than fifty unarmed civilians, including little children and women, have been killed. Four thousands sustained life-threatening lethal injuries and nearly 300 ...
 Greater Kashmir1 month ago
Kashmir's brutal cage match: The state has been let down by a long legacy of poor leadership
By: Sandeep Bamzai Weakness compels strength while betrayal begets blood. The majority of Sunni Muslims who inhabit Kashmir Valley believe they have been betrayed by their party, led by militant mainstream politician Mehbooba Mufti. That they have ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Srinigar: state against society
Protestors during the 2010 uprising in Kashmir. Photo: Kashmir Global/Flickr I visited Srinagar the summer capital of India-occupied Kashmir in January 2016. As a student of history, I went fully conscious of the vexed incorporation of the ...
 OneClimate.net1 month ago
Advice for the Kashmiri Youth
) was born in Kashmir. He was convicted and was given death sentence in India for his role in the December 2001 terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament. Afzal Guru left behind a good legacy, which his son stated after his death. Here is a ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago
Mourning and Resistance in Kashmir
Protest in Kashmir in 2010 (courtesy of Kashmir Global via Flickr). In Kashmir, the killing days are here again. In 2010, Indian forces shot and killed more than 135 unarmed civilians . Nearly half of them were teenagers, and the youngest was ...
 RINF.com2 months ago
Indian Occupied Kashmir on brink
Iqbal Khan AMIDST Indian atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), APHC leader Syed Ali Geelani has written a letter to the members of the UN Security Council, European Union and Organisation of Islamic Conference calling upon them to ...
 Pakistan Observer2 months ago
After Hafiz Saeed and Syed Salahuddin, Masood Azhar joins the Kashmir chorus
The Jaish-E-Mohammad (JeM) chief, who is supposedly under protective custody, has even linked the Kashmir unrest to Pathankot attacks. Masood Azhar. Photo: PTI A week after India Today first reported the involvement of Hafiz Saeed and Syed ...
 India Today2 months ago
Why my paper was shut down in Kashmir
Authorities have shut down newspapers in Indian-administered Kashmir seeking to end violent protests sparked by the killing of a prominent separatist militant. Shujaat Bukhari, editor of the Rising Kashmir, writes on why the news blackout does not ...
 BBC2 months ago
Kashmir burns again
The nation prepares for Black Day to demonstrate its solidarity with the suffering Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). The cause of the Kashmiri people enjoys national support undercutting all sorts of divides. Horrendous episode of ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
Foreign Policy In Focus
Mourning and Resistance in Kashmir
Protest in Kashmir in 2010 (courtesy of Kashmir Global via Flickr). In Kashmir, the killing days are here again. In 2010, Indian forces shot and killed more than 135 unarmed civilians . Nearly half of them were teenagers, and the youngest was ...
 Foreign Policy In Focus2 months ago

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