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Article: Portrait of a nation on fire; India staring at a genocide

Nayla Khwaja “The pathology of Islamophobia is growing throughout the West but it is taking its most lethal form in India,” said Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned scholar, author and activist. He also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime has sharply escalated crimes in the Kashmir region, “The crimes in …

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Feature: Is unemployment spurring the already prevalent mental health crisis in Kashmir?

Farzana Nisar The wooden shelf of 29-year-old, Aadil Ahmad’s room shines with all the trophies he won in school and college. Aadil has a bachelor’s degree in Education and a postgraduate degree in Mathematics, but nowadays, this resident of south Kashmir stays in his darkroom all day and snaps at …

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Article: Hindutva – A threat to peace and stability in South Asia

Saima Afzal Islamabad, April 15 (KMS): India declares itself a democratic and secular state that claims to promote religious harmony within the state. However, the reality is the opposite, Indian constitution has failed to transform the Indian society into a secular state because of the biased and bigotry attitude of …

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Feature: Selective fire of Karauli

Aasif Mujtaba It was the first shop that I saw while entering the Boora-Batasha market at Karauli in Rajasthan. The overcrowded narrow lanes & the scorching sun were making it difficult to even stand outside the gutted shop. There I met Usman (name changed), a man in his late thirties …

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Article: Challenges for freedom of movement in Kashmir

Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai Washington, April 13 (KMS): Who does not know the historic date of December 10, 1948? It was on this day that the United Nations adopted one of its first major achievements, that is known as the ‘Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ (UDHR). The Assembly proclaimed the …

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