Who Are Kashmir’s ‘Hybrid Militants’?
By Muheet Ul Islam and Pirzada Shakir
Are “part-time terrorists” on the rise, or is the term used to evade accountability for police abuses?
Kashmir’s Displaced Struggle to Survive Amid COVID-19
By Bhat Burhan and Saqib Mugloo
“It took me 40 years to build this house, and it took the Indian forces less than 40 seconds to destroy it.”
Life Under Siege in Kashmir
Kashmir remains an open air prison, leaving people with no control over their lives.
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.
Kashmir’s Shia Students Speak Out Against the Loss of State Autonomy
Kashmir’s Shias feel a particular sense of vulnerability as minorities.
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.