With incredibly richer details, accessible prose, and impeccable presentation, On the Run is a brilliant and engaging work of ethnographic research. Goffman has provided us a rare and humanistic glimpse into the world of poor Black Americans who continue to suffer at the margins of the society with little attention from mainstream American media
In Islam, biological division between man and woman is part of divine purposeful planning; otherwise both are accorded the same respect, dignity and honor as human beings, and are complements, not duplicates, of one another.
The book is in Urdu, and is a collection of a hundred fictional micro stories of one page each and will be available in 5 languages- Kashmiri, English, Hindi, Bengali, and Persian.
Days after creating a buzz in Urdu readership of the valley with his upcoming literary work, Tinkey—the “first of its kind” anthology of over 100 micro-fictions—is all set for its formal launch on August 29 in Srinagar.
Corrupt local police officers” were suspected to have scouted the Pathankot airbase before the terror attack at the IAF facility in 2016 and one of them identified a no-surveillance spot which was used by the raiders to heave ammunition, grenades, mortars, and AK-47s, a new book has claimed.
With trauma rearing an ugly of suicides in Valley, a young Kashmiri woman’s treatise is detailing distress in a literal manner. Mahoor Zahid’s debut book is an attempt to make people aware of how bullying and the idea of fitting in can be toxic.
An eye-opening book, currently the best study on Putinism and the politics of the Russian industrial oligarchy, offers a warning from history.
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.