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COMMENTARY – Blended Memory: Kashmir’s Cultural Front and America’s Nineteenth Amendment

Dr. Nyla Ali Khan  As we celebrate the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in the United States (on August 18, 1920), which gave women the right to vote, I am reminded of the rights that the women of Jammu and Kashmir enjoyed as early as 1947.  Because of the propaganda from every side, several people don’t realize that.  Women […]

Remembering the Father of a Friend; Honoring the One who will wipe away our tears

Patrick B. McGuigan   NOTE: On April 20, Patrick B. McGuigan participated in an Oklahoma City tribute to a Kashmiri physician who recently passed away. The event, sponsored by the Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma, was entitled “A Life’s Purpose: Interfaith Dialogue and the Memory of Dr. Mohammad Ali Matto.” McGuigan joined with members of the […]

After the U.S. – India deal, hoping for the best

Nyla Ali Khan Along with the strengthening of economic ties between the United States and India, I hope the political uncertainty in Jammu and Kashmir ends. I hope monstrous laws, which Kashmir is currently ruled by — that have crippled all political and social life in the union territory and paralyzed all progress — are […]

Commentary: Homogenizing India: The Citizenship Debate

  Nyla Ali Khan   Note from the publisher of The City Sentinel newspaper: Our contributing writer Dr. Nyla Ali Khan, respected professor at Rose State College in Midwest City and the University of Oklahoma in Norman, continues to shine light on the unfolding tragedy in the Kashmir region, recently the target of unwise and uncharitable […]

Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat makes key choices for governing boards

Staff Report   Oklahoma City – Oklahoma’s state constitution, crafted under the influence of the philosophies that gained currency during the Populist and Progressive Eras of American governance, is laced with a range of structural mechanisms that keep executive power from concentrating in the hands of the state’s chief executive (governor). Oklahoma governors are, traditionally, […]

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