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US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’
September 11, 2020

US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’

By Abhijnan Rej
In the recent years, India’s ruling party has aggressively used the diaspora to promote Modi’s often-controversial policies.

In India, Kashmiris Face Deepening Discrimination
March 20, 2020

In India, Kashmiris Face Deepening Discrimination

By Danish Pandit
Already the subject of suspicion, following the abrogation of Article 370, Kashmiris in India have faced escalating prejudice.
India Keeps Lid on Kashmir’s Internet 6 Months Into Lockdown
February 15, 2020

India Keeps Lid on Kashmir’s Internet 6 Months Into Lockdown

By Associated Press
Months after the lockdown began, Kashmir's internet remains hobbled and on lockdown.

Decorated Indian Officer Arrested for Kashmir Rebel Ties
January 13, 2020

Decorated Indian Officer Arrested for Kashmir Rebel Ties

By Associated Press
A counterinsurgency officer was arrested for alleged ties to rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir.

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir
October 31, 2019

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir

By Associated Press
Under the changes, no Kashmiri flag or constitution is permitted as the former state of Jammu and Kashmir becomes federally governed.

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir
September 28, 2019

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir

By Ankit Panda
“The BJP’s calculus seems to be that they would be able to contain the domestic fallout of using force and curbing rights and liberties in Kashmir, without much hassle.”

Kashmir’s Shia Students Speak Out Against the Loss of State Autonomy
September 17, 2019

Kashmir’s Shia Students Speak Out Against the Loss of State Autonomy

By Tapasya
Kashmir’s Shias feel a particular sense of vulnerability as minorities.
Pakistan’s Kashmir Narrative Is Falling Flat. How Might That Change?
September 10, 2019

Pakistan’s Kashmir Narrative Is Falling Flat. How Might That Change?

By Murtaza Solangi
How can Pakistan come out of the cul-de-sac on Kashmir?

Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response
September 05, 2019

Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response

By Shairee Malhotra
Pakistan’s relentless anguish seems to have fallen on deaf ears and it remains in a tight spot on Kashmir.

How India’s Kashmir Move May Complicate Its Border Dispute With China
August 12, 2019

How India’s Kashmir Move May Complicate Its Border Dispute With China

By Ankit Panda
The Indian government’s move will make border negotiations with China more difficult.

Kashmir After Article 370: Instability, Unrest, and Geopolitics
August 10, 2019

Kashmir After Article 370: Instability, Unrest, and Geopolitics

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Kashmir is about to enter a new era. What can the region expect?
Long Overdue: Why Ladakh’s New Status in India Should Be Welcomed
August 08, 2019

Long Overdue: Why Ladakh’s New Status in India Should Be Welcomed

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Given its history and cultural and geographic distinctiveness, Ladakh’s new status is a welcome development.

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