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27 Years Of Gaw Kadal Massacre – Lest We Forget

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It’s been nearly three decades of the gateway to our road of the massacres. It was this day, twenty seven years ago, when the youngsters couldn’t stand anymore at the crossroads. When people couldn’t bear the humiliation anymore and they came out with no...

Detailed Case Study of Sopore Massacre

Watch Video Introduction On 6 of January, 1993 at least personnel of the 94 Battalion of the Border Security Force from the Fruit Mandi Camp, Sopore led by the Commanding Officer of the 94th Batallion S. Thangappan shot and killed 46 persons (55 as per...

Burhan Wani – A resistive remembrance | Sofi Umer

12 minute read Quoting Derek O'brein "Burhan Wani has proved more dangerous in his grave than in his living room", an according statement defining the prevalence of Wani among the emotional mush of Kashmiris, peculiarly youth. After the endemic police claimed to trace Wani's phone calls...

To My Mother – Asiya Andrabi’s Son Writes A Poem For Her

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Contentment Mother, your heart is so beautiful, so restful and solacing! A kiss on the forehead strengthens me to go through all that I'm facing. Your words so encouraging, and your presence so enthralling! You hold me while I'm falling apart, and bield me while I'm failing! He laid...

When Love Triumphed – Love Story Of A Pellet Victim In Kashmir

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It was the end of world for young Amir when he lost his eyesight during 2010 uprising. He resigned himself to his fate. He was sure that love story will soon turn into sympathy. But his childhood sweetheart surprised everyone including Amir by marrying...

Why I Am The Way I Am : Diary Of A Kashmiri Summer (Part 2)

I have grown up in the maze of barbed wire, in curfewed days and nights, amidst clatter and whoosh of tear gas. Listening to spraying of bullets to bangs of explosives. My movement, communication, assembly has been proscribed from time to time and the very...

Aching Eyes – Summer Diaries From 2016

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Yesterday, I woke up in the middle of a night and started writing this because it was possible to write only in the cold, tired silence of night with a caged white light of moon. For me, It is not possible to write when,...

Basit’s Final Blog-For Enjoying Nature We Need An Identity Card

Basit Rasool, in his 20s, a former student of civil engineering at Kashmir's Islamic University turned rebel, was martyred in the early hours of morning during a brief gunfight with Indian occupation forces. Following is the last piece that he wrote for his blog...

Burhan’s Funeral – From the Ground Zero

In my room, busy with my smartphone, my brother strolls in, sits and informs me about martyrdom of Burhan (RA). Hours later, while watching volleyball match between neighborhood groups, somebody  let me know that Burhan accomplished suffering in a village of South Kashmir, nonetheless,...

When Jinnah Spoke at Jamia Masjid Kashmir [With Video]

  The Quaid rose to speak from the Jamia at 10 in the night. It was the night of June 17, 1944. The audience jubilated and excited to see Quiad speak. Caps and were turbans flying in air. It is learnt that Sheikh Abdullah, Bakshi...

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Photo Essay: The Floating Vegetable Market In Dal Lake

One fine cold winter morning, waking up at 6 AM the morning, I planned to visit the famous Floating Vegetable market in Dal Lake...

We Support Kashmiris: Deputy Speaker Turkish Parliament

In a meeting with Shah Ghulam Qadir, the speaker of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Assembly, Ahmet Aydin said that Turkey is closely...

Snow, Resistance

It's snowing in my land Where blood still runs Through the lanes And wounds are still Afresh Will somebody up there In the clouds...

India’s Onslaught on Journalists in Kashmir Continues

Paul Comiti, the award-winning French journalist has been detained by Indian administration in Kashmir. He has been held for alleged violations of his visa...
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