Lost in Terror is a critical insider’s account of the armed iteration of the Azadi movement. It could be, if approached with an open mind, a source of introspection for those involved with the movement.
When she disembarks, her silver anklets jingle, commanding the attention of other passengers.
The poems offered here in translation will need no introduction to speakers of Kashmiri.
Pain, agony, repression, torture and resistance are inscribed on the mind and body of Kashmiri people
In a first of its kind initiative, a group of Fine Arts students are painting city’s walls to “highlight Kashmiri culture”
Muhammad Kamran Shamshad
A man who had no teacher, and who hadn’t studied a single book throughout his life, taught me the biggest lesson of life
Prof. Mohi ud Din Hajini
Ghulam Nabi Shahid began his literary career long back in the seventies.
And what is the obligation of a writer in a society torn by political forces?