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India’s Grand Plan for Kashmir Dams
October 15, 2022

India’s Grand Plan for Kashmir Dams

By Safina Nabi
The seven new dams that India is constructing in the fragile ecology of Indian-administered Kashmir will carry a high human and environmental cost.

Kashmiri Separatist Leader Dies in Police Custody
October 11, 2022

Kashmiri Separatist Leader Dies in Police Custody

By Associated Press
Altaf Ahmad Shah was in Delhi’s Tihar jail since 2017 in a terror funding case.
Despite Disaster, 35 Deaths, Hindu Religious Pilgrimage in Kashmir Continues
July 26, 2022

Despite Disaster, 35 Deaths, Hindu Religious Pilgrimage in Kashmir Continues

By Tarushi Aswani
Assiduously promoting the Amarnath yatra as religious tourism, the government has recklessly raised the number of pilgrims stomping through this fragile environment.

India Hindus Begin Pilgrimage in Kashmir Amid Heavy Security
July 01, 2022

India Hindus Begin Pilgrimage in Kashmir Amid Heavy Security

By Aijaz Hussain
Officials say pilgrims face heightened threat of attacks from rebels fighting against Indian rule in Kashmir.

Life Imprisonment for Kashmiri Separatist Yasin Malik
June 02, 2022

Life Imprisonment for Kashmiri Separatist Yasin Malik

By Sudha Ramachandran
By locking up moderate separatists New Delhi has slammed the door shut on a negotiated settlement to the Kashmir conflict.

BJP Government Uses a Movie to Incite Anti-Muslim Violence
March 27, 2022

BJP Government Uses a Movie to Incite Anti-Muslim Violence

By Kavita Chowdhury
The film, which pays little heed to facts, claims that Kashmiri Hindus were victims of genocide at the hands of Muslims.

Proposed Electoral Constituencies Evoke Anger in Kashmir Valley
March 17, 2022

Proposed Electoral Constituencies Evoke Anger in Kashmir Valley

By Shadab Farooq and Anzer Ayoob
The Delimitation Commission's redrawing of electoral boundaries in Jammu and Kashmir could benefit India’s Hindu nationalist BJP in this Muslim-dominated Union Territory.
Anti-India Militancy Returns to Srinagar
December 17, 2021

Anti-India Militancy Returns to Srinagar

By Sudha Ramachandran
An attack on a bus carrying police personnel that left three dead reaffirms that Kashmir’s summer capital is not militant-free.

India Arrests Prominent Kashmiri Rights Activist Under Anti-Terror Law
November 23, 2021

India Arrests Prominent Kashmiri Rights Activist Under Anti-Terror Law

By Associated Press
Khurram Parvez has highlighted the culture of impunity and widespread rights abuses by Indian troops in the region.

India Builds Strategic Tunnel Project in Kashmir
September 30, 2021

India Builds Strategic Tunnel Project in Kashmir

By Dar Yasin and Umer Meraj
The project will provide round the year connectivity between the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh.

External Concerns are Driving Modi’s Kashmir Strategy
July 06, 2021

External Concerns are Driving Modi’s Kashmir Strategy

By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi’s crackdown on Kashmir since August 2019 has turned the global spotlight on the human rights situation there.
Drone Attacks on Military Installation Rattle India’s Security Establishment
June 30, 2021

Drone Attacks on Military Installation Rattle India’s Security Establishment

By Sudha Ramachandran
If a Pakistani hand is found behind the recent drone strikes, it could impact the nascent India-Pakistan peace process.

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