Monday , December 11 2017


Inclusive dialogue: the only way forward

After a hiatus of nearly three and a half years the BJP government led by Narendar Modi had finally appointed former IB director Dineshwar Sharma as its point-man to initiate what they call it “sustainable dialogue” in occupied Kashmir to bring “peace” in the region that had witnessed new spate of violent …

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Zakir Naik takes refuge in Malaysia

Kuala lumpur: World renowned Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik emerged from a prominent Malaysian mosque last month fans swarmed about him, seeking selfies with the Indian Muslim televangelist whose hardline views have sparked a criminal investigation back in his home country. Accompanied by a bodyguard, Naik was making a rare public …

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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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