Posts Tagged ‘ pakistan ’

A Kashmiri View of Pakistan: solidarity without demands

Oct 2016
A Kashmiri View of Pakistan: solidarity without demands

Beyond the Indian polemic about Pakistan’s overinflated role in Kashmir, there is a distraught relationship Kashmiris do in fact have with Pakistan. For Kashmiris, Pakistan’s support is both welcome and a cause for anxiety.
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South Waziristan Bombing | TQ Wire

By TQ
Sep 2015
Eight-year-old Zakia was treated for injuries at Dera Ismail Hospital.

VIDEO | Injured children were shifted to a hospital in Dera Ismail Khan, a town bordering South Waziristan, following air bombardment on Friday Sept 18th. It remains unclear whether the bombing was conducted by a US drone attack or by the Pakistan air force.
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Infrastructures of Colonialism and Resistance

Aug 2015
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اردو | The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a colonial, not a national, project. Instead, we must support and build infrastructures of resistance that puts people before development. Issue 9
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Notes on the Wikileaks Cables

Aug 2015
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اردو | The Wikileaks cables reveal America’s conversation on Pakistan. Issue 9
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Facebook Domestication

Jul 2015
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In Pakistan, Facebook is used to reproduce family practices that keep women from public spaces–both of the physical and digital kind.
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Counter-Narrative to Violence: Hum Jo Tareek Rahon Mein Maare Gae | ART

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On 23rd May, 2015, the Awami Art Collective launched a public art display at Bagh-e-Jinnah in Lahore to commemorate those civilians who have lost their lives in rampant communal violence and terrorism in Pakistan in the past thirty years.
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The MM Talpur Story: Part II | VOICES

Duleep Das, one of the many who disappeared and was never to return home.

In the second part of Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur's interview, he continues to recount the Baloch struggle–and remembers the disappearances of some of his closest friends and comrades.
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