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KASHMIRI WOMEN: RISING ABOVE CONFLICT

As a kid I would often rush to the baker across the lane in front of our house. The shop in the ground floor of the baker’s house had an oven in the back room. … Read More»

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KASHMIRI WOMEN: RISING ABOVE CONFLICT

As a kid I would often rush to the baker across the lane in front of our house. The shop in the ground floor of the baker’s house had an oven in the back room. … Read More»

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Introducing Me and My Journal: Fatima Sultan Syed's Journal

About Me: I am a journalist, a mother, an activist, from Indian-administered Kashmir. I am the featured author in the February 2009 World Pulse Emagazine. Read my story here: … Read More»

My Life, My Kashmir

Fatima Sultan Syed pierces the shroud obscuring one of the world’s most enduring conflicts—a brutal 60-year dispute between India and Pakistan over her homeland of Kashmir. Some, including US President Obama, say that resolving this conflict may be the key to peace for a region plagued by violence. Read More »

"Soldiers huddled in bunkers that were pushed shoulder-to-shoulder against unlucky houses at the end of the lanes. This was not a hidden conflict anymore; it was a battle fought in the streets."

Founder's Pulse

She Speaks of Kashmir

Last month, as we prepared to unearth the wisdom of Pakistan’s women in our new, interactive emagazine, a rare voice came across our desks, stopped us in our tracks, and changed our course. Read More »

"Hers is the story of the women of Chechnya, of Zimbabwe, of Colombia, of Appalachia."

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In Indian-Administered Kashmir...

A mother of four sons, Sayeeda Begum yearns for a support. Sayeeda, who has lost all her sons, lives alone in her ‘house’ at DareshKadal, … Read More»

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Women and Children of Jammu and Kashmir

Living a deplorable life under the shadows of insecurity, helplessness and trauma, the widows and orphans of the state have unending woes and … Read More»

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Chief Minister to discuss International Tribunal for Human Rights and Justice memo on JK rights situation

Hello All, There is a positive news from Kashmir. The new Chief Minister has agreed to discuss International Tribunal for Human Rights and Justice memo on JK rights situation. … Read More»

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Memoirs of a little girl growing up in Pakistan and her perception of the Kashmir conflict

I was born in 1973 in a small beautiful country called Pakistan – this was the time when the India-Pakistan conflict was still at its peak. … Read More»

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Paradise

Thanks for sharing such an important mail with me. I am an Indian girl and Kashmir Issue is abstruse peace problem not only for Indians but for the entire world. … Read More»

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