Kashmir is an international flash point with the potential to lead up to a nuclear flare-up in South Asia and after Feb 2019 incidents there is a universal consensus on this assertion. Earlier, in 1999, Kargil War was also fought over Kashmir.
Indian Occupation of Kashmir entered its 75th year in 2023. The internationally recognized disputed territory was put in 2019, under siege by the Indian government through a unanimous revocation of special status previously granted to Kashmir by article 370 of the Indian Constitution.
The Indian reaction to Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s address at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 23 in New York was along predictable lines. The Kashmir dispute had suffered stalemate for the past decades when Prime Minister
From Nehru to Narendra Modi, there were many slips. From Shimla to Agra, it is a tale of broken promises Indian Administrative Service officer, Moosa Raza, who served as Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir, in his book ‘Kashmir: Land of Regrets,’
The Russell Tribunal on Kashmir will bring an added impetus on Pakistan to project and prevail with lawfare resorts to seek self-determination for Kashmiris. US President Franklin D. Roosevelt elected four times and one who led his country in the Great Depression
Every year Pakistanis and Kashmiris observe Kashmir Solidarity Day all across Pakistan, the Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and the world over, where people express solidarity with the Kashmiris and their genuine demand for the right to self-determination under the
On February 5 every year, federal and provincial governments of Pakistan hold rallies, public meetings and seminars to support Kashmiris ‘Right to Self-Determination’ under the United Nations Resolutions. Though Pakistan has been the most active supporter of Kashmiri’s rights, observing ‘Kashmir Solidarity
The besieged Kashmir valley has long been echoing its struggle of self-determination, but all in vain. This ‘paradise on Earth’ has remained an unfinished agenda of the partition of Sub-Continent where Indians and Pakistanis regard it as their ‘delicate part’ and ‘jugular vein’ respectively. Along with