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Lones

Lone's Murder

May 22, 2002 B. Raman

Pakistan's Proxy War, Phase III. Lone was targeted not only because he was seen as a moderate, but also because he was perceived as close to the US, as evidenced by his recent meetings with US officials. More on

Hurriyat Leader Lone Shot Dead

May 21, 2002

In what is being seen as yet another attempt by those not keen to see a peaceful resolution to Kashmir, the senior moderate leader is killed on the eve of the PM's visit to the valley. More on Hurriyat


The Political Education Of Hurriyat

Looking back at a March 1997 article that provides important perspective on the current happenings in the valley.

'Not A Pakistani But A Kashmiri Parrot'

Jul 13, 2001 Abdul Ghani Lone

Has the Hurriyat mortgaged itself to Pakistan? Is it govt propaganda? What is wrong with meeting General Musharraf or Prime Minister Vajpayee?


Time For A Rethink

It's time for the APHC to rethink priorities. To make up its mind whether it is pro-India, pro-Pakistan, anti-India or pro-Kashmir. (Also See: Amanullah Khan Arrested )

28 June, 2001

Kashmir - A Golden Opportunity

Amanullah Khan

The Pakistan based JKLF leader who recently has been in news for protests against not being allowed to participate in elections in PoK, argues for reunification and independence for the state of J&K.


18 June, 2001

Beauty and the Beast

Asma Khan

Daughter of the JKLF leader Mr. Amanullah Khan, brought up in Pakistan, and now daughter-in-law of the APHC leader, Mr. Abdul Gani Lone, the writer is in a unique


12 June, 2001

'Don't Desecrate Places of Worship'

Hurriyat backs Musharraf's anti anti-India, anti-jehadi statement 'word by word'


Photo Gallery

PSG player Lionel Messi reacts after winning the 2021 Ballon d'Or trophy during the 65th Ballon d'Or ceremony at Theatre du Chatelet, in Paris. Messi won the Ballon d'Or for seventh time.

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PSG player Lionel Messi, centre, flanked with hosts former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, left, and French journalist Sandy Heribert, right, reacts after winning the 2021 Ballon d'Or trophy during the 65th Ballon d'Or...

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PSG player Lionel Messi receives the 2021 Ballon d'Or trophy from his former Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez during the 65th Ballon d'Or ceremony at Theatre du Chatelet, in Paris.

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PSG player Lionel Messi receives the 2021 Ballon d'Or trophy from his former Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez during the 65th Ballon d'Or ceremony at Theatre du Chatelet, in Paris.

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PSG player Lionel Messi reacts after winning the 2021 Ballon d'Or trophy during the 65th Ballon d'Or ceremony at Theatre du Chatelet, in Paris.

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