Editorial

India’s Draconian Laws

Even Amnesty International has reported on India’s human rights violating laws on Kashmiris. It has called India’s use of “the Public Safety Act (PSA)” as a “lawless law” which is being misused by the
PUBLISHED 17 June 2019

Drains that blow back

This past month we received good rains, and occasionally it was a frightening downpour. Yesterday night it was pelting down. True we can’t help nature from acting in the ways that it does, but, at lea
PUBLISHED 13 June 2019

SCO Summit

Bishkek had earlier been the site of the SCO Foreign Ministers’ meeting, where the meeting of Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi with his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj had been the fir
PUBLISHED 12 June 2019

Indian minorities under fire

The emerging circumstances in India indicate that the promises Modi made in his election campaign were much more than plain old rhetoric
PUBLISHED 11 June 2019

Editorial: The need for dialogue between India, Pakistan PMs cannot be understat

AS Narendra Modi kicks off his second term in office as India’s prime minister, it is unclear what approach he intends to adopt towards Pakistan.
PUBLISHED 09 June 2019

Editorial | Finally some seriousness

It seems that finally the government has become serious about addressing the grave problem of frequent closure of Srinagar- Jammu highway. To deal with highway landslides that is one of the significan
PUBLISHED 04 June 2019

Back to back gunfights rattle South Kashmir

The back to back gunfights have left various parts of south Kashmir rattled with a top Hizbul Mujahideen commander, his aide and a missing youth getting killed in a fresh gunfight in Sugan area of Sh
PUBLISHED 01 June 2019

Modi & Kashmir

WITH Narendra Modi back in the prime ministerial saddle, legitimate questions have arisen about how the Indian leadership is likely to handle the simmering discontent in India-held Kashmir.
PUBLISHED 01 June 2019

After Modi’s win

The ultra-nationalist BJP is poised to form government for another five years after a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha election
PUBLISHED 24 May 2019

The report on torture in IOK

The report is the first of its kind, documenting 432 case studies against the backdrop of what it describes as the systematic and indiscriminate torture perpetuated by security forces in occupied Kash
PUBLISHED 23 May 2019
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Opinion
Majlisi Mutahida Ulama Patron, Mirwaiz Mohammad Umar Farooq, recently talked ABOUT allowin
The result of 2014 General Elections have evoked considerable concern in Kashmir with resp
Editorial
Even Amnesty International has reported on India’s human rights violating laws on Kashmiri...
This past month we received good rains, and occasionally it was a frightening downpour. Ye...
Bishkek had earlier been the site of the SCO Foreign Ministers’ meeting, where the meeting...
The emerging circumstances in India indicate that the promises Modi made in his election c...
AS Narendra Modi kicks off his second term in office as India’s prime minister, it is uncl...