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Why Kashmiris Support Pakistan Cricket Team?

Sorry For Loving You "Tere saath rishta kya , Jabri Kabza aur kya" Pakistan’s romp became our pomp. Kashmir became Pakistan and nation wants to know? Who paid for firecrackers, from where feelings and emotions crossed LOC, who let the open jail open, how...

How The Greatest Pakistani Cricket Fans Celebrated The Victory

We've said this before and we'll say it again and again and again and again: Kashmir and Cricket is an infectious love story If anyone had an iota of doubt in this statement, yesterday's celebrations after Pakistan's victory would've cleared them all. The deafening screams...

8 Times Kashmiris Were Punished For Being Pakistan Cricket Fans

1. 1983 - India vs West Indies match at Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium, Srinagar. In 1983, many Kashmiris were arrested for raising Pakistan slogans and waving Pakistan flags during an international match in Srinagar. Mushtaqul Islam was jailed for the same. 2. Imtiaz was killed soon after Pakistan...

The Referendum India Has Always Been Losing

Cricket, the gentleman’s game is a ‘religion’ to a majority of Indians or at least its media says so, but when it comes to an India-Pakistan game it is war sans bullets, artillery, and other ordinance. The Indo-Pak game in Kashmir is a day...

“Support India Or Go To Pakistan”

Here's the tweet that set all guns blazing on Indian prime time talk shows, especially the jar head of a journalist that Arnab is. https://twitter.com/MirwaizKashmir/status/875040391581618176 After Pakistan defeated England in the semi-finals and set Kashmir in celebration mood, we all would say - 'Ek Tweet toh...

Kashmiris React To Pakistan’s Victory

Pakistan was the least favourite side to enter to the knockout stage in this Champions Trophy. Experts said this side is the weakest side Pakistan has ever taken into an ICC event and it did not infuse hope in its own supporters, let alone...

Decoding Barkha Dutt’s Understanding of Azadi Movement in Kashmir

On 6 June 2017, influential newspaper The Washington Post published an Indian journalist Barkha Dutt’s article “Why the world no longer cares about Kashmir.” The article generated quite a discussion on social media platforms where Dutt’s arguments were discussed, evaluated, and criticised. Here, I...

Afridi – Our Kashmiri Kind Of Superhero

You heard tales of superheroes in Kashmir? I remember 'akke-nandun' or 'Raz' from a village who'd fight the bear single-handedly. Growing up in Kashmir means cricket; not just playing cricket, watching it; and Pakistan cricket, boy, never did we miss that. Saeed Anwar's centuries to...

Kashmiris In International Cricket

Kashmir and Cricket is an infectious love story. From breaking TVs to celebrating on streets during curfews and getting shot. Nowhere in the world does a fan support get high on emotional quotient to such proportions that Indian Forces are employed to tear-gas the...

Arnab Can Make You Burst Into Laughter And Then Face-Palm

Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Kashmiris Are Pretty, Arnab & Major Arya, what the hell happened to you? Being Kashmiris, we often come across numerous myths to bust and lies to expose but this one right here is a potentially difficult one for us too. In...

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Eid Has Finally Come

Eid has finally come. It always comes. In the best of times and the worst. Yes, we will polish off the finest bakery in...

Was Ayub Pandith Killed Because Of His Surname?

There's nothing that can justify the brutality in the manner which Ayub Pandith was killed by a mob. But as it has been happening...
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21 Beautiful Ramadan Pictures From Kashmir That Explain Our ‘Rozdari’

A post shared by Hilal Ahmad (@hilalahmmad) on Jun 22, 2017 at 5:00am PDT A post shared by Hilal Ahmad...

“How I Was Chased And Then Killed With Pellets” – Story of Nasir Shafi

My name is Nasir Shafi; my mother calls me Moomin; I am 11 years old. One evening, I was leaving our local masjid towards...
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