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The Kashmir Project is a podcast created to raise awareness about the issue of Kashmir, and discuss the actions of India, Pakistan and the global community on the matter. This series aims to motivate listeners to gain awareness of the Kashmir cause, commit their fight for freedom to memory, and to raise their voice in support of the restoration of rights for Kashmir.
 
Contemporary crises in 2020 have highlighted deep-rooted inequities and injustice in our world. Yet, there is a place that remains in shadow - cloaked behind a veil of miseducation and colonial violence. This place is Kashmir. Have you heard of Kashmir? Do you know where this valley- once known for its beauty, culture and craftsmanship and now for being the world’s most densely militarized land- is? Do you know how it’s eight million people live?The Kashmir Podcast will delve into the everyd ...
 
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Presenting Episode 4 of Kalaam created by ShakirSyed. Rah Bakshatam written by Habba Khatoon. About poet: Habba Khatoon (born Zoon; 1554 – 1609; sometimes spelled Khatun), also known by the honorary title The Nightingale of Kashmir, was a Kashmiri Muslim poet and ascetic. She was the wife of Yousuf Shah Chak, the last Emperor of Kashmir.…
 
In the second episode of 'The Kashmir. Konversations', youth from the valley tell us how Hartal Politics of Hurriyat has severely affected the economy of Kashmir endangering the livelihood of millions. Frivolous strike calls at the behest of Pakistan disrupts the day to day functioning of many small traders and shopkeeper, which is making the lockd…
 
(FINAL EPISODE SEASON ONE) A question that most of us get asked is why do we do what we do? This is something I wanted to understand for myself and therefore I had a conversation with two Kashmiri academics, to understand why our experiences are central to what we become and why it is important to leave behind a collective understanding of events t…
 
This episode features Ather Zia, talking about the current situation in Kashmir, the issue of settler colonialism, the myths of development after abrogation of article 370, the agency of Kashmiri women and also talks about Ather’s prose and poetry books. Ather Zia, Ph.D., is a political anthropologist, poet, short fiction writer, and a columnist. S…
 
November 2nd is the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, but what does it mean to journalists in Kashmir? A place where journalists are usual targets for police and cases like Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) are easily slapped against them. This episode draws light on the everyday struggles of Kashmiri journal…
 
Of late, there has been quite a debate on social media about the role of the Kashmir diaspora, who they are, and what they should be doing or not doing. Important questions have also been raised about whether they have a right to represent Kashmiris and what they can or must represent. In these conversations, sometimes the diaspora is treated as on…
 
Women in Kashmir have been portrayed as either being passive victims or lodged between the Indian state and local patriarchy. Here, four Kashmiri women move beyond these frames and speak of life under occupation, and their everyday acts of resistance and existence. Even as women have experienced the death and disappearances of their loved ones, sex…
 
How many of us know the meaning of the term, “political prisoner”? Maybe most of us. But how many of us know how this meaning translates into the everyday lives of not just the prisoners themselves but those who they leave behind, their families, their children? Listen to our fourth episode to know more. Featuring Ahmed Bin Qasim, a Kashmiri studen…
 
It has been more than a year that kids in Kashmir have not been to school. Is pandemic more than a year old yet? The answer is no. So why have been Kashmiri kids deprived of that education even before the pandemic started? Listen to this episode to find out.The Kashmir Podcast による
 
This is the second episode in the first series of the Kashmir Podcast. In this episode we will talk about the judicial processes, the Public Safety Act, illegal detentions, petitions at SHRC and their outcomes. Our guests for this episode are: Habeel Iqbal is a lawyer based in Shopian, the Southern region of Kashmir. He has been practising law sinc…
 
Welcome to the first episode in the first series of The Kashmir Podcast. Today’s episode will be an overview of not only what happened in the last one year in Kashmir after the autonomy was revoked but also what happened before that. We will speak to Kashmir’s one of the most senior human rights lawyers and a civil rights activist Parvez Imroz. Imr…
 
Welcome to The Kashmir Podcast. This Podcast takes you on a journey to the world’s most militarized land to delve into the everyday lives of Kashmiris, bringing you first-hand perspectives on their daily struggles & battles for justice, and stories of resistance and resilience in a fight against occupation and colonization.…
 
India continues its push against the writ of the Kashmir population by imposing decisions that further created animosity within the region, even as the world moves against their forceful occupation & lack of transparency.Opening & Ending audio clip: News Jingle, stereo, 24 bit/48 kHz, -3 dB, 00:09,2, produced 2018, with Steinberg Cubase 8.5 and Eas…
 
Malaysia's stance on the Kashmir issue has put them at odds with India, who plan to hurt them by imposing sanctions on trade. Yet still Malaysia stands with honor and dignity to reinforce its opinion on Kashmir's resolution. This episode gives us a valuable lesson on how principles stand greater than wealth, and how we all need to act in this time …
 
Kashmir's streets are once again becoming tainted with blood, as lives are taken under the Indian occupation on both sides of the fight. This episode discusses the recent deaths that have taken place, questions the cause of such atrocious acts, and brings to light the reaction that comes from it. The price of freedom sadly comes at the cost of huma…
 
As the days since the beginning of the Indian occupation keep piling up, we talk how rights are being trampled in the region, and who really owns them if not the people.Opening & Ending audio clip: News Jingle, stereo, 24 bit/48 kHz, -3 dB, 00:09,2, produced 2018, with Steinberg Cubase 8.5 and EastWest Hollywood Orchsetra. Licensed under Creative C…
 
The beautiful valley of Kashmir has taken a major blow to its tourism industry, and this will lead to long-term issues for the people of the region. As distress amongst the local population remains, the world begins to look into the Kashmir scenario.Opening & Ending audio clip: News Jingle, stereo, 24 bit/48 kHz, -3 dB, 00:09,2, produced 2018, with…
 
As Kashmir endures the siege from Indian forces, we take a look at the political machinations of the parties within the region, and the international community's agency in the fight for Kashmir's freedom. From BJP aspirations to US Congress oversight, and views from Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, a range of point…
 
Taking a different approach to the usual, this episode focuses on the environment within Kashmir and how civilian life is being affected since the siege began. A call to humanity and of raising awareness by talking are the main takeaways here.Opening & Ending audio clip: News Jingle, stereo, 24 bit/48 kHz, -3 dB, 00:09,2, produced 2018, with Steinb…
 
The conversation moves to the international community in this episode, as we talk about the kind of views countries and politicians have on the Indian siege of Kashmir.Opening & Ending audio clip: News Jingle, stereo, 24 bit/48 kHz, -3 dB, 00:09,2, produced 2018, with Steinberg Cubase 8.5 and EastWest Hollywood Orchsetra. Licensed under Creative Co…
 
As people of kashmir still await support and attention from rest of the world living under a curfew for nearly 50 days today's meeting and press conference was eagerly awaited by many around the world. both leaders seem to get on very well and am very optimistic about the outcome of these efforts made by PM imran khan to highlight the kashmir issue…
 
Kashmir valley is under locked down and continues curfew by indian forces for 41 days now. There are kids, women and patients amongst the population. This is world's biggest human crisis at the moment. Please raise your voice for people of kashmir
 
Kashmiris are waiting for the world to raise their voice against the illegal occupation of india. Living under military curfew for a month now innocent civilians of kashmir are still to recieve any food or medicine supply. we must all raise our voice against this brutality in our capacity.
 
It has been nearly impossible for Kashmiris outside to cope with the stress of not being able to talk to our families back home. In this episode, I speak with my guest Yaqeen Sikander who is a professional psychotherapist. We discuss different ways to overcome the stress as Kashmiris including CBT based on faith. We also talk about how we need to i…
 
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