Extolled for his pioneering work like ‘Kashmir: Exposing the Myth Behind the Narrative’, ‘Kashmir: A Walk Through History’ and ‘Jhelum: The River Through My Backyard’, Khalid Bashir Ahmad is now back with another history text reconstructing the 20th century’s turbulent years of Kashmir.
The new literature on the Valley elucidates on recent major shifts as it also delves on few untold lessons in history.
Winter’s isolating nature pushes us into a solitude that’s often craving for more. Sometimes its dreariness also makes us yearn for some adventure and the outside world only compliments tales of a certain kind.
In Agha Shahid Ali’s hometown, Albert Camus has been brewing the literal storm in a teacup since long now.
A number of renowned Islamic scholars have criticised the film for poor background research and inflammatory content. Iran based Grand Ayatollah Naser Makarem Shirazi has even issued an edict blacklisting the film. He has called upon Muslims to desist from watching or promoting the film
Kashmiri novelist Mirza Waheed is among 48 writers who have bagged a grant worth more than £ 185,000, (Aprox Rs 1,82,03,820) from The Society of Authors.
For the liberal lens of perception, who see the Kerala Muslim community with dogmatic presumptions, this is the time to remove such strong prejudices.
A trove of 240 rare books worth over $3.3 mn have been returned to their owners after they were stolen in London by a gang of Romanian men who abseiled down from a warehouse ceiling to avoid setting off alarms.
‘The Butterfly of Paradise’ a novel authored by debutant Sadiah Nisar Shah, a 10th class Student of DPS Srinagar, was released at a function on Tuesday.
In “You Just Got Cheated: Understanding White Collar Crimes”, commissioner of Income Tax Sibichen K Mathew seeks to provide insights on the nature of these crimes