Asif Iqbal

  • India, the world’s largest democracy, embraced secularism in 1976 through the enactment of the 42nd amendment to the constitution. Perceptively, it neither had the will nor the urge for secularism and seemed more of an attempt to portray a brighter picture of India to the world. The ...

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  • August 2019 will always be re­membered as a Black Day, not only for the undemocratic norms of the largest democracy in the world—India—but also for the pitiful and dispir­ited residents of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). The Indian Presiden­tial order, relegated the ...

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  • I have seen a KashmirWhich bathing with bloodI have seen a Kashmir which can’t hear sound of peace but, hearcreepy soundsI have seen a destroyed paradise, Kashmiris go to sleep but, they donot wake upI have seen a Kashmir, children are born but, after some time wouldbury in the soil of ...

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  • The assemblage of quasi intellectuals have started gaining ground, thus invoking semblance of fifth generation warfare (5GW). Result; they are winning, as depicted from campaigns in media including social media platforms. A simple, directed or an ambivalent tweet wreaks havoc and thus sows the ...

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  • On 5 August 2019, India abrogated Article 370 and 35A of its constitution thereby revoking the special status, or limited autonomy to Kashmir. Since then, the situation developing at either LOC (Line of Control—between India and Pakistan) or LAC (Line of Actual Control—between China and ...

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