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Ather Zia

Ather Zia is a political anthropologist working on militarization, gender and Kashmir. Currently she is a faculty at the Anthropology and Gender studies program at the University of Northern Colorado Greeley. She is also a poet, writes short fiction and is the founder-editor of Kashmir Lit
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Milna Chahiye: Ek Azad Nazm Jang aur Milne ke Naam

Phir soachaItni waasi kaynaat mein hoaney walei Badi badi bataon mein ye ek baat Bahut choti, Wo jo aj kal mausam ban gaya hai...

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