Digital occupation of Kashmiri voices

In Indian occupied Kashmir, the media has been under fire for the past several years. In addition to the Indian government’s control of the communication process, the unwanted and uncalled for curbs on media such as surveillance, formal/informal investigations, harassment, intimidation, restrictions in all the processes of news-gathering have hugely hampered the journalistic activities in the region besides undermining the role of free media.

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Humanitarian dimension of Kashmir dispute

Dr Muhammad Khan THE primary nature of Kashmir dispute is political, hence calls for a political solution based on the aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. This is clearly mentioned in the two principal resolutions of UNCIP, passed unanimously by United Nations on August 13, 1948 and January …

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