Integrating Kashmir

Being celebrated since 1990, Kashmir Day reminds people all over the world about the violence in a disputed segment of India and Pakistan which has claimed and continues to claim thousands of lives. Atrocities and violence from both sides have resulted in the loss of lives of approximately 93,714 Kashmiris in the last 20 years. . . . → Read More: Integrating Kashmir

A unique cultural blend defines Pakistani art

In Karachi alone, approximately 50,000 people hustle in diminutive, family-run workshops comprising highly trained artists, each within their own well-defined skill. Every hand-painted truck, bus and rickshaw, despite sharing various symbols visibly displays its uniqueness.

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Kashmir: the Martyrs’ Day

By Sajjad Shaukat

The Martyrs’ Day, popularly known as Youme Shuhada-e-Kashmir is observed on July 13 every year on both sides of the Line of Control and all over the world by the Kashmiris to pay homage to 22 Kashmiris who were martyred in 1931 to free Kashmir from the brutalities of despotic Dogra rulers. . . . → Read More: Kashmir: the Martyrs’ Day