Author with his late father, Abdul Karim Ganaie
Resistance music, ever more popular now thanks to social media, is giving voice to Kashmir’s anguish and preserving a memory of loss
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Harissa is essentially a thick paste of mutton, rice and herbs served with residual pieces of mutton and garnished with long-cut golden-fried onion.
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Growing up in small town India, in an age of jingoistic cinema that openly professed its love for violence, Kashmir was always so present in mainstream discourse that it was rendered absent
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Once when all the children of the area were sitting around Samud Khan, he told them to tell Noor- ul-Allah Khan to sing.
Medically Assisted Reproduction sector is experiencing a boom in Kashmir thanks to rising rate of infertility among women attributed to late marriages and changing lifestyle