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By Rehan Piracha/Xari Jalil: "It is our governments that have to decide whether they want to keep it the way it is, or if they want a border with free people-to-people movement."
Foreign policy experts say the recent ceasefire may not lead to full restoration of trade and diplomatic relationship between India and Pakistan but is an opportunity to build up trust between both governments
20 years after the Neemrana Declaration in 2000 where civil societies pledged to strengthen regional interaction, journalists Mandira Nayer and Munizae Jahangir speak across borders to Nandita Das, Mohammad Hanif, Syeda Hamid, and Salima Hashmi on whether the dream for peace can be realized.
Human rights activists and experts while discussing the plight of Pakistani and Indian prisoners in either country's jails, have called for the revival of the joint judicial commission on prisoners.
Writer and political analyst Javed Jabbar's confrontation with India's Major General GD Bakshi went viral on social media where he is seen to be responding to the General's attack on the concept of Pakistan's inception ...
Every year, during the fishing season, the men and women from the poor fisherfolk community take their boats out to sea so that they can catch fish from the deeper waters of the Arabian Sea. But stormy weather and a rough ...
During our visit, the Pakistani delegation was told by Kashmiris that Islamabad may not have helped the movement for rights, by supporting militancy and thereby bastardizing the freedom struggle in Kashmir. Yasin Malik accused Pakistan of ditching the Kashmir issue when it suited them to improve relations with India.
The students of India have found themselves to be at the forefront of these protests against the Modi government, calling it undemocratic and discriminatory against the Muslims. Young activist and former student of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Umar Khalid compares the student protests in both countries and how the demands are similar on both sides of the border because both nations' youth are going through the same perils.