My Voice Archive

India’s aversion to peace in Kashmir

(By Amna Ejaz Rafi) The issue of Kashmir dates back to partition. At the time of partition, 80 percent of the area’s population was

Why Dr Sadia Ali fails to make a point

(By Brig Asif H. Raja) Dr. Sadia Ali has timed her article titled “The poor daughter of Baluchistan” in The News dated August 17,

Indian Independence Day: Clashes and deaths in Kashmir

Several people killed and wounded in separate clashes between protesters and security forces in disputed region. Several people, including a teenage boy, have been

Can Kashmir struggle challenge the whole concept of India?

(By Shashank Joshi) Just under eighteen months ago, Kashmir looked to be at a turning point. State elections in 2014 produced an unlikely coalition

Brexit: A call for freedom

IF there’s one thing that chafes French pride, it’s seeing the British steal the limelight. But in the face of real courage, even the