Feature: Life of a doctor in times of pandemic

Shefali Rafiq In the month of Ramzan, Zainab Nabi visited home just once. As the fasting month was nearing an end and the Eid-ul-Fitr was expected either on Thursday or Friday, she was hoping it would be on the latter-day. The announcement of the new crescent was made close to …

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The passivity of world powers & the Kashmir Dispute

Dr. Shagufta Ashraf The state of Jammu and Kashmir is a conflict zone, a legacy of British colonialism. Despite passage of 73 years, India is not ready to reconcile its illegal occupation over its 67% territory and the bulk of population of the state. In last 72 years India has …

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Feature: The Ill fruits of demographic engineering in Kashmir

How authorities in IIOJK axed apple orchards during one winter night, leaving a community broke and homeless Ahmer Khan and Shoaib Mir Fayaz Ahmad is angry. His only source of income was destroyed when the Forest Department in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) cut down tens of thousands …

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