Friday, 28 January 2011
A list of 10 must do's will do
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
This article was first published in Rising Kashmir (a Srinagar-based English daily) on the 26th of January 2011
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
Tuesday, 4 January 2011
Does it occur to anybody that the most beautiful place on earth could also be the most economically viable? That this hasn't dawned on most people around the globe is simply due to malafide intent. We can all draw our own conclusions as to who is responsible for how much of our current economic suppression and imposition of a false economy.
This article was first published in Rising Kashmir (a Srinagar-based English daily) on the 5th of January 2011
Monday, 3 January 2011
The following two paragraphs from a Human Rights Watch Report tantalisingly entitled, "With Friends Like These..." published on September the 21st 2006, are enough to support my assertion:
"Information, particularly about the human rights situation, governance, the rule of law, and the institutions that hold real power in Azad Kashmir is more important than ever as the territory rebuilds and, by necessity, opens up to the international community in the aftermath of the earthquake. In the coming years, international engagement with the territory is likely to be intense. For that engagement to be effective and beneficial to the people of Azad Kashmir, it is essential that international actors approach the territory with an awareness of its particular history and its fraught, often tense and unhappy relationship with the Pakistani state in general and the Pakistani military in particular.
Azad Kashmir is a legal anomaly.
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