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In response to Saviour of Kashmir

Narsingh Dev Jamwal Being a constant reader and admirer of Col. J.P Singh's writing, I was surprised to read Saviour of Kashmir (Daily Excelsior June 14, 2015). First of all , this was 116th and not 125th Birth Anniversary of Brig. Rajinder Singh ... Daily, 1 month ago

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J&K is not sovereign

What often goes unnoticed is the fact that the genesis of Kashmir (commonly known as Jammu and Kashmir) is linked to 565 princely states, which became independent along with the birth of two sovereign, Independent countries, India and Pakistan on ...
 Deccan Chronicle21 hours ago The Emergency that continues  Kashmir Observer4 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Of Kashmir and frozen mindsets in Delhi

- ONLY a few days ago, some of the big names in Indian journalism converged on the scenic banks of Kashmir's famed Dal Lake to share their perspective on themes like Kashmir's Portrayal in Indian Media and Electronic Media and Indian Nationalism at ...
 Pakistan Observer3 days ago India's failure in Kashmir - I  Kashmir Times6 days ago Why India didn't want us to have Kashmir  The Express Tribune1 month ago Kashmiris the World Forgot  New Indian Express1 month ago

Chronicles of a faithful spy

By A.S. Dulat with Aditya Sinha Rs 599 Rs 599 Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years Kashmir is a tale of magnificent and tragic proportions with no heroes, no matter which way one cuts it, and A.S. Dulat, with Aditya Sinha, tells it with empathy for the people of that ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Don't mess with 370

Echoes of Sikkim can be heard in the revived controversy over the status of Jammu and Kashmir. The law may be on the side of sovereignty, but laws are made by people and the ultimate decision will be taken by whoever controls the crowds. In Sikkim, ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Dulat's memoir does not do justice to Kashmir, its leaders

'Dulat's professional successors in the game would now find it that much harder to access/create meaningful sources/assets needed for effective functioning in a place like Kashmir.' 'By blowing their cover the former top spy has undone whatever he might have been able to add to his organisation's resource kitty,' says veteran Kashmiri commentator Mohammad Sayeed Malik. Kashmir is India's perpetual work in progress. And Pakistan's too. Retrospective documentation of men and matters, in the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Displacement of the Kashmiri émigré

By Shaleen Kumar Singh and Adarsh Ajit Rs 350 Rs 350 From Home to House How far away is home from the house? A long way away, if you have lost the first and are looking for the second. This book is mainly about people who have gone through such an experience.
 Asian Age1 month ago

Can Modi Trust This Man?

An ambitious Modi with Kashmir on his mind is desperate for a piece of history in South Asia but will Nawaz Sharif let him? Cover Story Professor Ayesha Jalal, author of books as stellar as The State of Martial Rule and Struggle for Pakistan ...
 Open2 weeks ago Omar takes on Modi for missing President's Iftar party  Asian Connection2 weeks ago Tell us what Modi said to Mufti, Nitish  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Modi takes up Lakhvi issue with China Modi to meet Sharif  Asian Connection3 weeks ago

A hundred journeys

Notation by the author’s mother late Padma Seshadri This piece is important. For me, for my readers, for my mind of an artiste, of a writer. Writing Noteworthy was a moment that began five years and ninety-nine columns ago! It happened in a trice but felt ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

A S Dulat on Rediff Chat: 'Getting back PoK is not likely'

'Our dealing of counter-terrorism has been far more effective without killing anyone' 'My impression is “Kashmir" is not an issue in Pakistan' 'A strong, stable and secure Pakistan is in best interest of India' Read what the ex-chief of R&AW, A S Dulat, told our readers on Rediff Chat! In a career in intelligence-gathering spanning over three decades, Amarjit Singh Dulat rose to the very top as special director of the Intelligence Bureau (India's internal intelligence agency) as well ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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