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Author prevented from giving lecture in Indian-occupied Kashmir
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US academician disallowed delivering lecture in Srinagar

Home ยป Misc. By Srinagar, July 10, 2014 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities have banned a lecture by internationally-acclaimed author, researcher and scholar, Professor Mridu Rai, which she was scheduled to deliver at a hotel in ... Pakistan Press International, 1 week ago

Cultural emergency: Omar Abdullah government bans lecture of eminent author Mridu Rai

Sudhir Shetty DNA Shock, anger and disbelief gripped Kashmir after the authorities "banned" the annual Pandit Rughonath Vaishnavi annual talk by the renowned author Mridu Rai in a hotel in Srinagar on Wednesday. Professor Mridu Rai, an ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Valley bar on Presi teacher talk

Srinagar, July 9: A history professor from Calcutta's Presidency University was today blocked from delivering a lecture organised by a pro-aazaadi group at a Srinagar hotel allegedly on the orders of the Jammu and Kashmir government. Mridu Rai was ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
President of Pakistan

President s meeting with delegation of SCCI

President Mamnoon Hussain has emphasized the vital role of the business community and private sector in the economic development of the country and urged them to come forward and play a leading role in the ongoing economic turnaround of the country ...
 President of Pakistan2 weeks ago Mamnoon advises tycoons active role in economic turnaround  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Mamnoon for business community's active role in economic recovery  Daily Times2 weeks ago

JandK 'gang rape' admission hope

Srinagar, July 1: Jammu and Kashmir High Court today asked the state to explore the possibilities of compensating victims of the alleged 1991 gang rape by the army at Kunan Poshpora, in a boost to their families and rights activists fighting for ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Amnesty hails NDA over Kashmiri Pandits return

n chapter of Amnesty International (AI) has welcomed the Central Government's recent overtures to work for the return of Kashmiri Pandits who fled the Valley after armed insurgency broke out in early 1990s. The overtures, made to rehabilitate ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago

Traceless ...

Listen Hamid Al Ansari Another dawn descended on Kashmir and one more person disappeared in thin air. The world must have been preparing to celebrate Mother's Day with pride and delight, however it was an agonising time for Hameeda Hussain ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 month ago

'Half-widows' suffer in silence; unsung people in unmarked graves yet to identify

Forty-year-old Haleema Begum was once a proud and happy homemaker, but now she lives on the support of her parents and neighbours. Haleema became a half-widow 12 years ago when her husband, Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat, was abducted by gunmen. Half-widow is a ...
 Meri News1 month ago

News Analysis: Kashmiris wary of a Modi-led India

By Peerzada Arshad Hamid As rightwing Hindu nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) swept polls across India and Narendra Modi all set to become the next prime minister, the majority of people in the restive region have fears that he would follow an ...
 Individual.com2 months ago Kashmiris wary of a Modi-led India  Global Times2 months ago
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