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A new future for Kashmir

Rajni Shaleen Chopra

My Sunday musings began with a tweet by a Kashmiri who writes under the pen-name Ibnebattuta. His comment: ‘Damn the system, label it everything you can, and then seek help from it. Love your hypocrisy’.If the same had been stated by a mainland Indian, Kashmir would have been outraged. The sarcasm of a fellow Kashmiri may evoke some introspection.Meanwhile, comments of Kashmiris on social media have made me introspec ... ...

Talking Gender in Kashmir – II

Dr. Sadaf Munshi

In continuation with the previous piece on the gender discourse and focusing on the violation of women’s space in the pu ...

Traffic diversion

Traffic diversion in Srinagar city following the construction of Jehangir Chowk-Rambagh flyover has irked a lot of peop ...

Teachers

Dear Editor,

I want to share my views on faulty education system in J&K with the editor, education authorities and the readers. Most ...

Ultra-nationalism and failures

Fayaz Ganie

According to Marxism, capitalism contains the seeds of its own destruction and the forces that hold the capitalistic st ...

Philosophy: A neglected subject

Ateequllah Dar

All subjects written and unwritten pertain to some object for analysis. Philosophy, the fountain of all knowledge, is o ...

German footprints in Shalimar

INTACH’s conservation, restoration plan for Deewan-i-Khas to be unveiled todayOne of the significant symbols of the Mugh ...

Conservation of Hammam (2010-13)

The Shalimar hammam is part of this architectural ensemble which also includes the Diwan-Aam, Diwan-i-Khaas, as also oth ...

Fading Calligraphy

Ridha Akhoon

Mohammad Ayoub stands near a stack of newspapers he had written with his hands. These pages of the newspapers he had wri ...

Crewl

Crewel embroidery is fascinating needle art. Typically done in thin wool thread on linen or cotton fabric, crewel work p ...

Kath Bath with Zaiba Zeenat

Halqae-e-Abad Hajin (Sonawari) a constituent of Adbee Markaz Kamraz Sunday organized a programme "Kath Bath" with a prom ...

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