Foreign Diary

A JOURNEY TO PAKISTAN: TRAVELLING IN THE SHADOW OF SPIES

      Bilal Bhat My understanding of the world is rather convulsed and complicated. It is because of the difficult conditions I live in. Or more accurately, that I’m forced to live in. For me, dreams began with notions. These notions were created through assumptions and assumptions through tales. I live in a conflict-ridden […]

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America taught me my faith

America taught me my faith

Muneer Baig The situation in Kashmir has forced many Kashmiris to leave their homeland in search of answers for their struggle as Kashmiris and as human beings aspiring for a better life. I left Kashmir and migrated to the United States in the early ‘90s. it was not easy, but there were not many options […]

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Why life wasn’t suffocating in Wahhabi land

Why life wasn’t suffocating in Wahhabi land

Relocating is never easy. Being uprooted from a life built around the things one knows and relates to is hard. It was the first quarter of 2008 that I came to Kashmir. Born and brought up in the Saudi metropolis of Riyadh, it was difficult adjusting to the life in Srinagar, ‘a city that always […]

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