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Ershad Mahmud
Ershad Mahmud

  • March 30, 2022

    Kashmir at the OIC

    The recently held OIC Council of Foreign Ministers’ conference in Islamabad is a great diplomatic achievement for Pakistan against the backdrop of...

  • February 11, 2022

    A home for the homeless

    The writer is a freelance contributor.It was a mere coincidence that I met 24-year-old Mr Shehzad Latif at a youth training workshop in Mirpur a few...

  • November 28, 2021

    Silencing Khurram Parvez

    The detention of award-winning Kashmiri human rights activist Khurram Parvez by India’s National Investigating Agency has triggered worldwide...

  • October 21, 2021

    Kashmir: closed chapter?

    Recently, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah warned Pakistan that more surgical strikes could be carried out in case of transgressions at the...

  • September 05, 2021

    An uncompromising leader

    Denying a respectful burial and public send-off to iconic Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Gilani is another scar on the face of Indian democracy.The...

  • August 22, 2021

    India’s options

    Unlike Pakistan, China, Iran and Russia; India decided to shut its embassy in Kabul and evacuate the diplomatic staff. Interestingly, the Taliban...

  • August 05, 2021

    Two years of lost autonomy

    Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed unprecedented constitutional, political and socio-economic engineering since the nullification of...

  • May 03, 2021

    Stumbling roadblocks

    Since India and Pakistan have finally embarked on the path of reconciliation and dialogue, it is time to reflect upon and identify the major...

  • April 01, 2021

    Resetting Kashmir priorities

    It is a hard reality that the political landscape of Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir is undergoing rapid changes, unparalleled in scale and...

  • March 21, 2021

    Red lines over Kashmir

    The recent ceasefire between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control has kindled a ray of hope in the midst of despair after a long lull but...