Tag Archives: Kashmir

‘Saath Do’: Kashmiri Pandits & Muslims hold joint peace rally in Srinagar

Word For Peace The rally, named ‘Saath Do’, will start from Batamaloo and go through various areas of downtown Srinagar before culminating at Kashmir Press Club Polo View on February 28 To show unity between two communities, Kashmiri pandits and Muslims will hold a joint rally on streets of Srinagar to spread a message of peace. The rally is being …

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At UNSC, China Isolated in Pakistani Corner as Other Nations Refuse to Discuss Kashmir, India braces up for any possible developments in March

Word For Peace New Delhi: China on Wednesday once again mentioned the Kashmir issue at the UN Security Council in a closed-consultation meeting but its second bid since August last year to internationalise the dispute over Kashmir came a cropper. Four other permanent five members clearly said the issue is a bilateral matter between India and Pakistan. French diplomatic sources told …

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JeM militant, hailing from Pulwama, returned to the mainstream

A Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militant, hailing from Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, on Sunday laid down arms and returned to the mainstream, the police said. A police spokesman did not reveal the identity of the militant, saying “the identity stands protected”. “One more youth from Pulwama, who was part of terror outfit JeM, has shunned the path of violence and …

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LoC trade suspension: Move to curb Pakistani sponsorship of terrorists in J&K

WordForPeace.com Edit Desk Highlight: At least 10 militants, who had crossed over to Pakistan, set up businesses across the border with the active aid of ISI and were involved in the recently suspended cross LoC trade to provide funds to terrorists and separatists in Jammu and Kashmir…. At least 10 militants, who had crossed over to Pakistan, set up businesses …

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Kartarpur corridor: Faith rekindles spark of hope at foundation stone ceremony

The foundation stone of the Pakistan side of the – Corridor was laid on Tuesday by Pakistan PM Imran Khan. The corridor is expected to be completed in six months and will facilitate visa-free movement of Sikh pilgrims to the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara in Kartarpur. Sikh devotees have been demanding the corridor for the past seven decades. However, the event …

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Kashmir’s Shah-e-Hamadan and his religious philosophy-Word for Peace

Kashmir’s Shah-e-Hamadan and his religious philosophy-Word for Peace Binish Qadri, WordForPeace.com Jammu and Kashmir is highly indebted to Shah-e-Hamadan as far as the development of Islam in the first place, and the development of art and culture in the second place is concerned. He wrote Risala-i-Wujudiyssya, an area for the justification of that principle along with two notes and commentaries on the greatest …

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