On September 12, 25-year-old Arshad Ashraf Meer, a sub-inspector with the J&K police, was killed by militants in Srinagar. In this essay, his childhood friends pay tribute to their fallen …
The process is more affecting than analytical, with emotions being a main character throughout.
I’m surprised by the power of consumption; how our increased consumption of something – even death – makes it so astonishingly normal to us.
While my friends were sceptical of the decision, my father's colleagues were supportive. But as a student of International Relations, it is my duty to neither blindly worship Israel nor …
I did not know then that the implications of this event would be far reaching, enduring, and that it would touch all of us.
On the trading floor, it was a day when rationality was at war with humanity, and humanity lost.
The death of my father has been like an open wound in our family.