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Indian Govt Stops Kashmiri Journalists From Travelling Overseas, Gives No Reason

Srinagar: Pulitzer Prize-winning Kashmiri photojournalist Sanna Irshad Mattoo, invited to the international photography festival Arles Rencontres after winning a Serendipity Arles Grant 2020, was set to fly to...

As J&K Govt Vows Justice For Slain Officer, Family Wants His Wish Fulfilled: To Bring Their Dead Son Home

By AAMIR ALI BHAT / Article14 Kulgam (Jammu & Kashmir): On the evening of 12 July 2022, Asif Mushtaq Lone, 29, was idly scrolling through Facebook...

‘Core protesters’ in Heidelberg highlight alleged proto-fascist roots of Hindutva

Protest was held in Heidelberg on July 17, last in a series organized this summer by #ChainFastingForPeace in Heidelberg, Würzburg, and Munich, attended by...

Kashmir: 21-Year-Old Died Because of Torture in Police Custody, Alleges Family

By Jehangir Ali / The Wire Srinagar: Grief-stricken cries emanate from the corner window of a single-storied house in Srinagar’s Natipora locality. Then they crash into...

“Our daughter keeps asking where her baba is”: Aasif Sultan’s wife on her husband’s incarceration

By ALIZA NOOR / Maktoob Media “Areeba keeps asking us where her ‘Baba’ is. What all to explain to a 4-year-old?” says Sabina Akhter, wife...

Human Rights Violations Increased by nearly 37% in Less Than a Year: Home Ministry Data

By Priyanka Ishwari / News Click With data for one month still left to be computed, cases of human rights violations in the country, as...

Pulitzer-winning Kashmiri photojournalist stopped from flying to Paris

A Pulitzer Prize-winning Kashmiri photojournalist alleges that Indian immigration authorities have stopped her from flying to Paris without giving any reason. In a tweet on...

As J&K Admin Seals Falah-e-Aam Trust Schools, Questions Over Timing, Purpose of Move

By Jehangir Ali / The Wire Pulwama: The Jammu and Kashmir administration is in the process of sealing nearly a dozen schools in Kashmir while hundreds...

How recent civilian killings alter the course of the Kashmir conflict

By SUVOJIT BAGCHI / Trt World Lodged somewhat in the middle of Srinagar’s arterial Residency Road is Khan News Agency, a store of periodicals with...