When a ‘Kashmir Muslim’ is forced to resign for being a ‘Kashmiri Muslim’. Read on…

Liah Qureshi DISCLAIMER: The names of people, names of places have NOT been changed,  because we believe that the people who discriminate should come in-front of the public. This is a story of a Kashmiri Muslim who worked at a Google India Site and was victimized, tortured, discriminated and forced to resign from his work Read More

Kashmir: The Cold War and The Proxy Servers

By Liah Qureshi A Poor Decision by a Mismanaged Government. With the changing times and the changing technology, a ban first on the Internet and then on social media can prove fatal to the government of J&K, as the youths who were born and bought up in the Internet era are directly affected. But who is Read More

Kashmir: Resistance, Protests, Protest Calendars and Demonetization.

Liah Qureshi from Srinagar   The story of Kashmir is a bloody and a twisted one. With the July unrest being one of the bloodiest unrests in the history of Kashmir,  we made world records.  The 2nd longest curfew was observed in Kashmir in 2016. The complete bandh for 5 months had the people go Read More

100 Days and Sleepless Nights. Who is to be Blamed?

Liah Qureshi from Srinagar The Kashmir turmoil has crossed 100 days today, yes I know we have made a record. This is the second longest crackdown, curfew turmoil. With more than 100 dead, 17000 injured and more than 1200 eye injured (because of pellets). With more and more innocent kids falling prey to the wrath Read More

Minoo Masani

Kashmir: Case for Self-Determination Minoo Masani The state of Jammu and Kashmir was never a part of India. Lord Mountbatten gave the Maharaja of Kashmir the option to join either India or Pakistan. Led by Sheikh Abdullah the Muslims of Kashmir persuaded the Maharaja to accede to India on the strength of a solemn promise Read More

Saira Shah Halim

 ‘When Truth Becomes an Orphan’ There is no land that can be claimed if it’s without its people, we do not want a barren land, if we want Kashmir; we have to accept the land with its people, its culture and its ethos. Before I begin to pen my views on Kashmir, I would like Read More

Sanjay Kak

“We must stop projecting the failures born out of the poverty of our own imagination onto others.” Eminent documentary filmmaker Sanjay Kak speaks to NOW on the current crisis of Kashmir Kashmir is boiling again. Nearly 60 young people have been killed, scores injured. Security forces are on rampage. Is the current protest different from Read More