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The Untold Story of the People of Azad Kashmir
Azad (Free) Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)) is that part of Kashmir within Pakistan, separated by a Line of Control from Indian territory. This book is a rarity: it offers a fresh interpretive history ofExpand
Shifting Geo politics in the Greater South Asia Region
Abstract : This paper discusses and explains the South Asia region, which, depending on how you define it, is home to some 1.7 billion people. It also points to some future challenges andExpand
What happened to Muslims in Jammu? Local identity, ‘"the massacre” of 1947’ and the roots of the ‘Kashmir problem’
SOME WRITERS CLAIM THAT UP TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND MUSLIMS were killed in Jammu Province of Jammu and Kashmir soon after the partition of the Indian subcontinent in August 1947. They allege thatExpand
Would a plebiscite have resolved the Kashmir dispute?
Introduction On 17 December 2003, the President of Pakistan, General Pervaiz Musharraf, made an unexpected pronouncement. He told a journalist that Pakistan had ‘left aside’ the United NationsExpand
Kashmir : the unwritten history
Avril A. Powell, Scottish Orientalists and India: The Muir Brothers, Religion, Education and Empire
incorporating more relatable illustrations that articulate his argument just as well. I refer to his reflection on ‘ethnographic cinema’, where he astutely observes how films like Syriana, ChildrenExpand
Independent Kashmir: An incomplete aspiration