Monday , February 19 2018

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Bilateral talks: a futile exercise

Kashmiris, on both sides of line of control and the world over, observed 27th October as a black day against India’s illegal and forcible occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. It was on this day in 1947 that the India, in total disregard to partition plan and without any constitutional and …

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Braid chopping: An act of terror

Indian held territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the valley in particular, has been at the heart of a violent conflict for decades. Since the people of the region are engaged in freedom struggle, India that had forcibly and illegally occupied the territory,  has deployed over half a million military and paramilitary …

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Dr. Mehrajudin Munshi: A Romantic, a Revolutionary

Muhammad Yasin Malik By profession a doctor, by commitment a passionate human being, he is someone whose vacuum we can”t fill. He loved humanity and upheld the principles that are everlasting and enduring. May his soul rest in peace. Dr. Qazi Mehrajuddin Munshi played a leading role in Kashmir’s struggle …

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Fatima Sughra: Woman of substance

Tribute to woman of substance and integrity, Ms Fatima Sughara, who emerged as a symbol of independence, after raising the banner of revolt against British imperialism at a tender age of 14. Sughra, the iconic figure of Pakistan Independence movement passed away on Sunday night at the age of 86. …

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Sushma Swaraj’s diatribe

Pakistan took serious exception to the allegations of terrorism leveled by India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in her address at the UN General Assembly session in New York, saying that India has been using terrorism as a state policy in the region. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative at UN Maleeha Lodhi …

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