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Silence in Kashmir on India’s Republic Day
January 27, 2021

Silence in Kashmir on India’s Republic Day

By Bhat Burhan
In Kashmir, the holiday means internet blackouts and pre-emptive detentions amid heightened security protocols.

Kashmir’s Political Alliance Scores Victory in Local Elections
December 30, 2020

Kashmir’s Political Alliance Scores Victory in Local Elections

By Sudha Ramachandran
Kashmir used the elections to send a political message to the Modi government: Autonomy must be restored. Will New Delhi heed that message?
The Unheard Voices of Kashmir
December 24, 2020

The Unheard Voices of Kashmir

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
While India and Pakistan argue and fight over the fate of Kashmir, is anyone listening to the Kashmiris?

After Losing Special Status, Kashmiris Come Out to Vote
December 02, 2020

After Losing Special Status, Kashmiris Come Out to Vote

By Bhat Burhan
Amid tight security, freezing cold, and the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of Kashmiris seize the opportunity to vote against the BJP.

The Complex Calculus Behind Gilgit-Baltistan’s Provincial Upgrade
November 14, 2020

The Complex Calculus Behind Gilgit-Baltistan’s Provincial Upgrade

By Sudha Ramachandran
Kashmir, India, and China: The creation of Pakistan’s newest province will have far-flung geopolitical ripples.

Voices From the Himalayas Amid Tensions Along the China-India Border 
September 22, 2020

Voices From the Himalayas Amid Tensions Along the China-India Border 

By Bhat Burhan
Beneath the geopolitical clash between India and China, the people of Ladakh live with the weight of an economic collapse and worries about war.

Perpetual Silence: Kashmir’s Economy Slumps Under Lockdown
August 14, 2020

Perpetual Silence: Kashmir’s Economy Slumps Under Lockdown

By Niha Dagia and Niha Dagia
“Our lockdown began way before the world was forced into isolation.”
Has Kashmir Ceased to Be Pakistan’s Jugular Vein? 
August 13, 2020

Has Kashmir Ceased to Be Pakistan’s Jugular Vein? 

By Umair Jamal
It is high time that Pakistan’s policymakers trim the size of their Kashmir narrative to match the evident realities.

After a Year as a Union Territory, Dashed Hopes in Ladakh
August 06, 2020

After a Year as a Union Territory, Dashed Hopes in Ladakh

By Anwar Ali Tsarpa
Even those who demanded UT status have been disappointed by the reality: less representation, more bureaucracy, and still no jobs.

A Year After Article 370’s End, a Dangerous Silence in Kashmir
August 04, 2020

A Year After Article 370’s End, a Dangerous Silence in Kashmir

By Kaisar Andrabi
The abrogation of Article 370 came with a steep cost: the disappearance of the moderate middle, once Kashmir’s political mainstream.

Kashmir’s Dark Year
July 01, 2020

Kashmir’s Dark Year

By Um Roommana
A loss of autonomy. A months-long security crackdown. Now, a pandemic. It’s been a rough year in Kashmir.
As Life Moves Online Amid the Pandemic, Kashmiri Education Is Being Left Behind
June 16, 2020

As Life Moves Online Amid the Pandemic, Kashmiri Education Is Being Left Behind

By Ishfaq Majid and Shazia Kouser
The 4G internet ban in Jammu and Kashmir has left teachers and students struggling.

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