Monthly news bulletin
Chronicle is a free monthly (fortnightly previously)
distribution of news, views, and comments regarding events taking place
in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and is published by the Kashmir
Information Network (KIN).
Kashmir Information Network (KIN) is dedicated to information dissemination and providing a balanced coverage concerning Kashmir. For over one year KIN has been very actively collecting information from various sources and putting it on the world wide web. This activity has revealed that there has been a lot of misinformation published regarding Kashmir for the last 50 years by various parties. To provide accurate and timely news and views on the Kashmir issue, KIN has launched this news bulletin. If you know someone who should be receiving this bulletin, please mail us their e-mail address.
We will very much appreciate your feedback.
The Wrong Message
Business As Usual: An Imbecilic Foreign Policy Continues
Clouds of War in Kashmir: Pakistan Invasion of Kargil and Indian Air Strikes
Kashmir Overseas Association presents memorandum to Jammu and Kashmir CM Farooq Abdullah
Vajpayee's Bus Trip To Lahore: Statesmanship Or Naivete
1999: With Friends Like Pakistan Who Needs...
1999: Is An End To The Kashmir Tragedy Possible In The Coming Year?
One Babri Masjid, 91 Hindu temples and "secular" India
Global Portents of Kashmir: Will Pakistan Be The Next Iraq?
Is Ethnic Cleansing Reversible? Kashmir As A Case Study
"The Terrorists are Just Passing Through"
Return of the Kashmiri Pandits to Kashmir Valley: Is This the Right Time?
US Foreign Policy: Overlooking Pakistani Support for International Terrorism
Between Perception and Reality in Kashmir: A chasm wide enough for Pakistani support of terrorism to slip through
Tomahawks unmask Pakistan's terrorist face
How disputed is Kashmir? The seeds and fruits of Terrorism
Flawed Kashmir analysis by the Washington Post
Will Kashmiri Hindus find justice at the new International Criminal Court?
The New York Times on Kashmir: A missed opportunity
Pakistan's designs in Kashmir: a dangerous confluence of Islamic fundamentalism and Balkanization
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