The rise of such candidates is a sign of political decline of democracies and wider frustration with professional politicians who voters feel disillusioned and distant from.
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My Experiences as a Kashmiri in Delhi Before and After Pulwama
"My family gave me clear instructions to stay inside after dark," says a young Kashmiri who was visiting Delhi when the Pulwama terror attack happened.
For Kashmiris in India, War is an Everyday Meal
In the aftermath of the February 14 Pulwama terror attack, a Florida-based Kashmiri poet questions the current violence and disquiet in the Valley and beyond.
Noor Mukadam’s Murder Exposes Toxic Misogyny in Pakistan
Mukadam, a 27-year-old woman and daughter of Pakistan's former ambassador to South Korea, was brutally killed in Islamabad on July 20.