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My Jammu Memories

My Jammu Memories

People who survived 1947 and migrated have not forgotten their motherland. Sorayya Khurshid, who was born and brought up in Jammu, had written a long piece about the environment in which she was

Azadpur’s Children

By: Saima Rashid Kashmir, 2030… “We will get it, today or tomorrow. Azadi is our birthright and we shall have it.” These lines are engraved on a wall of Sariya’s school. She remembers

February 13: World Radio Day

by Aamir Amin Nowshahri Communication technology has been making rapid strides in the present age. New and ever faster means and methods of transferring information from one point to another have made distances

Manto’s Letter to Nehru

Saadat Hussain Manto’s has been Pakistan’s celebrated story writer of Kashmir origin. But not many people know that the great story-teller has written a lot of political prose and essay’s as well. Here

Hari Singh’s legacy

by A G Noorani It is appropriate that Kashmir’s last Dogra ruler, Hari Singh, should be restored to favour by chief minister Mehbooba Mufti. Her record would have endeared her to him. On

Explosion After A Royal Visit

Written on August 2, 1870, this piece offers details about the ‘pride of possession’ when Britons came visiting Kashmir. Shedding light about the court and the courtiers, it gives a sketch of life,

Not Collaterals!

Kashmir Life’s photojournalist Bilal Bahadur dodged death once again when a teargas shell, aimed at his head, missed and hit his arm at Bijbehara, where he had gone to cover Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant Adil

Dangal Makeover

By: Khursheed Wani On January 14, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had no official engagement related to the ongoing budget session in the assembly. At her official residence in winter capital Jammu over the

Ghazal and Agha Shahid

Poet Agha Shahid Ali (February 4, 1949 to December 8, 2001) eventually became Kashmir’s identity in the English literature.  Prof G R Malik, the former head of English department in the University of

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