Monthly Archives: August 2013

Kashmir: Portraits of loss

The Valley of Kashmir is under a protracted conflict for over sixty years and since the year 1989, an armed revolt has led to thousands of civilians falling prey to enforced disappearance, killings and torture. Despite several Human Right reports and directives against draconian laws like AFSPA which gives government forces impunity to arrest or […]

The Legacy of Ahmadinejad

Today, eight years of occupied presidential seat is vacated by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The beginning of these eight years was much different from the way it’s ended. He has left power in a situation where he and his policies are being widely criticized by people. Lets understand what is exactly going to end by Ahmadinejad’s leaving […]

“A Journey for Return” shown on Iranian TV channel 4

After more than one year working on the documentary movie “A Journey for Return”, finally it was shown on Iranian TV channel 4. In future I have to write about this movie more, but briefly, this movie is about the “Global March to Jerusalem – 2012” from the view point of a Kashmiri member of […]