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Article: Indian position on Kashmir rejected

Malik M Ashraf The spokesman of the UN Secretary General Stephane Dujarric responding to the question of a journalist regarding UN position on Kashmir dispute during a press briefing said” Our position on Kashmir is well established and has not changed. You will find it in relevant resolutions.” This reiteration …

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Feature: ‘Khabar Lahariya’, India’s only newspaper run by Dalit women

  Dhilruba K Ibrahim Taken over a period of five years, Sundance award-winning documentary 2021, ‘Writing with Fire’, portrays the powerful women of Khabar Lahariya, the first newspaper completely run by Dalit women. After screening ‘Writing with fire’, in a hall packed with the Khabar Lahariya journalists and documentary directors, …

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Article: Revisiting Kashmir’s legal matrix

Saad Rasool On August 5th, this past week, two full years lapsed since the illegal abrogation of Kashmir’s autonomous status by the fascist Modi government, in complete contravention of the Indian Constitution, applicable UNSC resolutions, and international law. Sadly, this date passed without much pomp or protest in Pakistan. Pakistan’s …

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Article: The sacrifices of Kashmir

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai In the annals of history, nations and peoples are often blessed with leaders, guides and activists who play singular roles providing leadership that transcends inspiration and casts a lasting impact on these societies. May 21, 1990 was the day when the Indian occupation forces assassinated an …

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Article: Just solution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute is indispensable for peace in South Asia

Shah Mahmoud Qureshi Islamabad, August 06 (KMS): Our government came into office in 2018, focused on fulfilling the promise of delivering Naya Pakistan to our voters. We wanted to provide education, jobs, and better health care by leveraging our connectivity infrastructure to foster regional trade and investment. We knew that …

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Editorial | Breaking locks: Kashmir’s Algeria moment

In the last century, the colonial French were facing a resistance in occupied Algeria. The Algerian resistance, in 1957, had called for a week-long shutdown. The French response to the shutdown was militaristic. The French, its military in Algeria under the command of paratrooper general Jacques Massu, demanded Algerians to …

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Article: Why Kashmir matters

This year, Aug 5 will mark two years since India unilaterally and illegally stripped Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) of its special status. These two years have been a sombre reminder that our Kashmiri brothers and sisters remain under a brutal military occupation — one of a handful …

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