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‘Imaw Traw Ath Taar, Zouri Kar Kath’- Kashmir’s Long Affair with...

By Manan Shah With Pegasus Spyware becoming a vocal point that violates the basic right to privacy and expression, the world is rather startled and...

One year after three young workers killed in Kashmir fake encounter,...

By Safwat Zargar In July last year, security forces in Kashmir claimed to have killed three “unidentified hardcore terrorists” in a gunfight in Amshipora village...

Journalist Allegedly Assaulted, Harassed By Policemen in Kashmir

By Umar Mukhtar Pulwama: On Saturday evening, a journalist was allegedly assaulted by the police at the Sangam checkpoint in Kashmir’s Anantnag district while he was...

Harsh Mander: The ‘love jihad’ bogey in Kashmir is another attempt...

The drafting committee of the Indian Constitution included two women members, Hansa Mehta and Rajkumari Amrit Kaur. They proposed, for inclusion in the fundamental rights...

UAPA case that fell 11 years later: Gujarat court says no...

WHILE acquitting a 43-year-old Srinagar resident of UAPA charges on June 19, 11 years after he had been arrested, a Sessions Court in Anand said the...

Why Modi and Hindutva Love Israeli Settler-Colonialism and See It as...

Nothing demonstrates the arrogance of Israeli settler colonialism more than the periodic killing, every few years, of hundreds of Palestinians in Gaza by its...

What costs a Kashmiri journalist on ground reporting the truths?

The names of several Kashmiri journalists crossed my thoughts before beginning this feature and after waiting for 2-3 months trying to get their responses....

Comments danger to communal harmony: J&K student body spokesperson

Khuehami says he has lodged a complaint against SAD, BJP leaders’ remarks on an inter-faith marriage Nasir Khuehami, spokesperson of the J&K Students Association, on...

“They snatched my 11 years when I was in the prime...

It was February 2010 morning in Jogi Lankar locality of Srinagar’s Rainawari area. With a typical Kashmir winter nearing its end, clouds were giving...

In Kulgam gunfight, family says son killed outside home, wasn’t militant;...

By Fahad Shah The family of Zakir Bashir, the 17-year-old killed in the Kulgam gunfight, has claimed that he was an innocent civilian rather than...

Kashmiri man walks free after 12 years of wrongful imprisonment in...

BY AZAAN JAVAID For Bashir Ahmed Baba, Srinagar, the place of his birth, has completely changed since he last saw it on February 20, 2010. During his...

UN chief asks India to end use of pellet guns on...

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed concern over “grave violations” in Indian-administered Kashmir and has asked the Indian government to end the use...

On Censorship in Kashmir

By Umar Lateef Misgar ONE OF MY MOST enduring memories of India’s pervasive censorship in Kashmir may also sound trivial. It was 2016, and India’s war...