Kashmir is much more than a dispute over real estate, a matter of national prestige, or a threat to Indian secularism. If the nation continues to remain desensitised to the human tragedy that is Kashmir, the very existence of India as a civilised entity will be gravely threatened. 3,387 more words
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By Deya Bhattacharya
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Such is the dilemma of the woman speaker. That the categories of patriarchal language distort what she might like to say is no longer in question.
— by Deya Bhattacharya
Unlike other children my age, I did not grow up listening to stories from my Dida (maternal grandmother). Oddly enough, Dida, an avid reader (even now, at the age of 90!) and immensely progressive for her time, is a scribbler. 1,143 more words
On 16 July, Lobby for Cyprus held its annual seminar at Cyprus Week, which takes place at Theatro Technis in London every year. The theme of this year’s event was a remembrance of those listed as missing following the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. 1,078 more words