Mass Graves of Kashmir

Cathy Scott-Clark is a prominent British journalist and author. In July 2012, her story, “Mass Graves of Kashmir” published in Guardian abruptly shocked the...

Forgotten Women of Kashmir: Thirty Years On…!

Kashmir has suffered so much that it’s hard to point a day as its darkest. Yet, February 23rd, 1991 can perhaps be called the...

Is there any glimmer of hope for the Dalit in India?

On India’s Republic Day, some farmers climbed up ramparts of the Red Fort and hoisted the Khalsa flag. Some BJP workers took the opportunity to label...

How did the farmers’ protests turn into an oppressed peoples’ Movement in India

Police baton charge and water torrents on elderly farmers, besides inclement weather, sometimes become freezing. Farmers’ local and diaspora sympathizers flooded them with food,...

Op-ed: Will a more informed citizenry nibble the bait of Hindu rashtra?

It is gratuitous to unveil the truth about terrorism; unnecessary and often harmful or upsetting to write the truth of fighting terrorism because neither...

Op-ed: Internationalization of Kashmir is India’s biggest weakness

At the time of Partition, India knew that its policies with regard to the princely states were inconsistent. So, it feared the internationalization of...

UK MPs stand up against India’s illegal occupation of Kashmir

The suffering of the people of Occupied Kashmir has raised voices around the world, especially the British Parliament. On Thursday, in the House of...

100 British MPs send letter to PM Johnson to raise the issue of farmers protest with Modi

MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, who belongs from the Labour Party, has sent Prime Minister Boris Johnson a letter regarding the ongoing farmers' protests in...

Op-ed: Modi sponsors militant outfits in India

Following the Bharatya Janata Party’s electoral victories, there has been a mushroom growth of anti-Muslim quasi-military outfits in India. Extremist organizations like the Rashtrya...

Indonesia potentially set to take on China and claim leadership of ‘moderate’ Islam

President Joko Widodo’s recent cabinet reshuffle suggests that Indonesia may adopt a more critical attitude towards China and reinforce government support for efforts by Nahdlatul Ulama...

KP govt to reconstruct Hindu temple vandalized by angry mob

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has announced to reconstruct the Hindu temple damaged by a violent mob in Karak on Wednesday. Chief Minister, Mahmood Khan,...

Op-ed: Looking at another report on India’s draconian human rights violations

The International Federation for Human Rights has published a report on human rights violations in India. Its partner including the Association of Parents of...