With the threat of War looming in Europe, Edward Fitzgerald Charlesworth volunteered to join the Territorial Army that was being raised in Britain for coastal defense. These part-time soldiers trained at weekends and under an Act of Parliament no part of this force was to ‘be carried or ordered to go out of the United […]Read More Britishers in Kashmir (WWI)
Pictures from The Hulton Archive, in search for more.Read More Stereoscopic Cards from Kashmir
India has not allowed the UN’s special rapporteur for torture to visit Kashmir since 1993. The country has signed but not ratified the UN Convention against Torture.Read More Seven Infamous Torture Centers in Kashmir
The allegation, that the wholesale destruction of temples in Kashmir was carried out by Sikandar, is based, apparently, on considerable misrepresentation, more fiction than fact, and a number of non-Muslim writers, one after the other, have contributed their share of abuse to condemning this Sultan.Read More The Man and The Myth: Sultan Sikandar
The legacy of such journalists have inspired the new generations to take up the mantle of journalism. It is not easy to be a journalist in here, but it is worthwhile to tell a story.Read More Seven Kashmiri Journalists You Must Know
Since at least early 1994 Indian security forces have armed and trained local auxiliary forces made up of surrendered or captured militants to assist in counterinsurgency operations.Read More Seven Renegades You Must Know
Tokhsur yelli gase shethrwen panjran Adeh hai neran saen arman Baaleh yar yelli sheen gali Adeh hai neran saen arman When the cages will be decimated Our dreams will come to life When snow will melt from mountains Our dreams will come to life – Maqbool Bhatt (prison song) February 18 this year, Maqbool Bhat […]Read More Maqbool is Maqbool.