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Lubna Reshi, listen to the FemVoice

In 2001, Aasiya Jeelani started the first women newsletter called the Voices Unheard. Lubna Reshi started HerVoice, the first ever women led e-magazine in 2013. Later this year, Lubna's brainchild FemVoice will be on newsstands. Here she tell her story, of how it all...

Breaking The Barriers: Kayehaan

Artists in Kashmir have always shown the extent of their talent. From Papier-Machie to a canvas; sky's the limit for artists from Kashmir. We continue our 'Trendsetter' series with this brilliant artist who likes to call herself 'Kayehaan'. She is just not your regular person...

Jajeer Talkies: You Never Know What Funny Can Do

Very often you visit a foreign country and wish somehow you introduced the same thing back in your motherland; be it a business entrepreneurship idea, an awareness campaign, a social work initiative or even simple things like their cuisine, art and crafts. This group of...

Taha Naqash: The Comic Relief

In the early 2000s, cable TV channels in Kashmir were flooded with a new version of comedy sketches. These sketches which had actors like Bashir Kotur became household names. It was a reinvention of comedy in Kashmir that was dominated by the legendary Ahad...

How An Engineering Graduate Turned Into A Filmmaker

  A video posted by Ruman Hamdani (@theotherrumii) on Jan 18, 2017 at 7:47am PST I was always attracted to cameras and taking pictures. It wasn’t until I was 16 that I got to have my own. It was my cousin’s wedding and I managed to...

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The Latest JK Tourism Video Is Wrong In Many Ways

Yesterday, JK Tourism released, what it called, a promotional film about Kashmir. "To offset 'negative perception' about Kashmir not being safe, Jammu and Kashmir Chief...

Why The Banihal Attack Looks So Dodgy

In a recent attack that took place in Banihal town along the Jammu-Srinagar national highway, a Head Constable of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) was...
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An Earthquake As High As 8.0 On The Richter Scale Can Strike Kashmir Anytime:...

We all remember the devastating quake of 2005 which killed over 90,000 people and displacing more than 2.8 million people in the region. Soon after...

Ten Things Pakistan Said About Kashmir in the United Nations

Here are the highlights of what Pakistan had to say in its address to the UNGA in Geneva. 1. The legitimate struggle for self-determination of...
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