Interviews

The Foresight: Kashmir Issue & International Law with Hassan Aslam Shad

An informative session with Hassan Aslam Shad on The Kashmir Issue and its various dimensions in International Law along with

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The Foresight: Kashmir Issue & International Law with Hassan Aslam Shad

An informative session with Hassan Aslam Shad on The Kashmir Issue and its various dimensions in International Law along with

Foreign Policy India kashmir

The “Black Day” is Getting Darker Each Year

Lord Mountbatten declared on June 25, 1947, “The Indian Independence Act releases the States from all their obligations to the

Foreign Policy kashmir Politics

Gilgit Baltistan: Desire for Identity, Amalgamation and Autonomy

The press conference conducted by the federal minister of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Ali Amin Gandapur, announced elections for the

Foreign Policy kashmir Politics

Gilgit Baltistan: Desire for Identity, Amalgamation and Autonomy

The press conference conducted by the federal minister of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Ali Amin Gandapur, announced elections for the

India kashmir Politics

Has Gupkar 2.0 Been Betrayed?

After the restoration of Kashmir’s political contender’s right to movement in J&K, the National Conference (NC) held an all-party meeting

India kashmir Politics

Has Gupkar 2.0 Been Betrayed?

After the restoration of Kashmir’s political contender’s right to movement in J&K, the National Conference (NC) held an all-party meeting

Foreign Policy kashmir Politics

Provisional Provincial Status of Gilgit Baltistan: Facts vs. Fiction

The 28,174 sq mi mountainous area of Gilgit Baltistan was part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir under British

Foreign Policy kashmir Politics

Provisional Provincial Status of Gilgit Baltistan: Facts vs. Fiction

The 28,174 sq mi mountainous area of Gilgit Baltistan was part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir under British

Foreign Policy kashmir Politics

Provisional Provincial Status of Gilgit Baltistan: Facts vs. Fiction

The 28,174 sq mi mountainous area of Gilgit Baltistan was part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir under British