‘Journalists in J&K Harassed for Not Toeing Govt Line,’ Press Council’s Fact-Finding Report
By Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar / The Wire New Delhi: Since the reading down of Article 370, the ouster of journalists from government-allotted accommodation has been used...
Constitution Day: What Nine Pending Cases Say About the Rights India’s Citizens Enjoy
By Jahnavi Sen New Delhi: Seventy-two years ago on this day, the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India. Two months after that, on January 26,...
‘If Kashmir is ‘Normal’, Why are Our Sons Still in Jails of Other States?’
By Kamran Yousuf Srinagar: Two years after the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was revoked, several families await the release of their sons who...
The forked tongue
By Mathew John Two news reports appeared recently in a leading national daily. In one, the chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Mohan Bhagwat, waxed...
Modi and Shah’s Humiliating Walk Back on Kashmir is Proof of Their Failed Policy
There has been no formal announcement, but it is now public knowledge that the Centre has called the mainstream Kashmiri political parties for talks...
Army converts Kashmir’s schools, colleges into bunkers
The government's claims of 'normalcy' in Kashmir take a hit when the state of the educational institutions in Valley is reviewed. Classrooms that...
How Kashmir has kept up a slow-burning protest since Article 370 was revoked
This time, the Valley showed its anger not by pouring out into the streets but by staying in.
Narendra Modi is flirting with authoritarianism: Harvard Political Review
After decades of religious and political turmoil, recent changes to India’s Constitution have threatened to disrupt the fragile security of millions of the country’s...