Amir Suhail Wani - February 9, 2023
There are aspects to this road which are naturally determined and are therefore beyond the scope of human repair but there are areas which can be very well dealt with by means of careful planning, roping in of technical and administrative resources and these areas shall not be left unattended lest they amount to the loss of life and property on part of our own negligence.
Amir Suhail Wani - January 27, 2023
It seems very probable that the very posts and privileges, which our Facebook warriors keep fighting and commenting against, if they are offered without efforts and endeavours, will not wait for a blink to accept the same.
Amir Suhail Wani - January 12, 2023
A synthesis in which he fused the mysticism and ambiguity of Bedil, the aesthetics and expressionism of Hafiz, the surrealism and abstraction of Persian masters with the poignancy of Wordsworth, the loftiness of Eliot and the polyvalence of Ghalib. He did it in a language of his own – Koshur.
Amir Suhail Wani - January 6, 2023
When nations and cultures copied other people blindly, not were they only scolded by contemporary seers, but this blind aping hastened their decline and evaporated their traces from the world.
Amir Suhail Wani - December 30, 2022
The change in ethical outlook and moral attitude isn’t enough when speaking about changes in administrative workings and when a systemic change is aimed at. This invariably directs our attention to the administrative reforms themselves and the presence of self-correcting mechanisms within the system itself
Amir Suhail Wani - December 14, 2022
Though the number of people who understand this language are scant, even today, the orations, chants and recitals in all major shrines continue to be in Persian. This has left an indelible mark on the minds of people and sanctified the language for them.
Amir Suhail Wani - December 9, 2022
Urdu is the language of culture, civilization and tradition. It is the repository of one of the world’s richest literary and academic traditions. It houses apical works of scholarship on Islam and other themes of diverse span.
Amir Suhail Wani - December 3, 2022
“As somebody suffering from cerebral palsy, life has been like an uphill task and despite securing for myself a niche in academic and social circles based purely on hard work and determination, a life of dignity is nowhere in sight.”
Amir Suhail Wani - November 18, 2022
There are patients surviving on electricity operated life supporting devices; students, who have to attend online classes; offices, which depend on electricity like life blood. All these activities come to a literal halt with disturbance in electric supply and people are pushed to the abyss of darkness.
Amir Suhail Wani - November 12, 2022
To exclude and marginalise people on the basis of sexual orientations and trying to seek legitimacy for this behaviour from scripture is a task of folly which stakes both the dignity of transgenders and the sanctity of religion.