By Miran Gulzar
In the context of Kashmir, one can assume Estragon to be a Kashmiri Muslim and Vladmir to be a Kashmiri Pandit, where one is the body and another is the soul, and both are eagerly waiting for the little boy to come and pass the message of Godot.
By Garima Sharma
As I write this article in March 2020, I have heard the bomb/mortar shell noises twice tonight around 2:03 am. It has been even days of continuous ceasefire violations from both sides.
By Shah Munnes Muneer
What Palestinian children are facing through Israeli occupation is similar what Kashmiris are facing through New Delhi’s repression. The book is a good read and every story of the interviewee takes the reader close to a traumatic state of affairs and makes him realize the deep meaning of freedom vis-à-vis the ugly side of occupation.
By Faisal Rather
What makes Roy different from most Indian Liberals is this honest and non-patronizing attitude. While most of them “support” Kashmir with a silly patronizing tune, she is unique in her unconditional and unapologetic support.
By Aijaz Ahmad Turrey
India has maintained its opposition to third-party mediation in solving the Kashmir dispute, despite India getting offers from several nations and leaders including the South African President Nelson Mandela, UN Chief Antonio Guterres, the Norwegian Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir and more recently the US President Donald Trump.
By Rameez Raja
Contrary to the claim, there is no ‘absolute poverty’ in Kashmir. As a researcher, you won’t be able to find a Kashmiri without shelter, sleeping on footpaths or cooking food under the flyovers. The valley is rich in resources, and tourism is an important source of livelihood for the people in Kashmir.
By Ishupal Singh Kang
The current move by the government has significant resemblances with the tools employed by the British Empire in putting an entire population under subjugation. The modus operandi of such a rule – measures, technicalities and tricks – that have been associated with colonial era continues to be the dominant and desirable strategy for a postcolonial state like India.