In Kashmir, Counterinsurgents’ Widows Fight to Save Their Sons
By Aliya Bashir
After their husbands’ killings, these women desperately sought to protect their sons from ongoing violence, even as they are largely shunned by society.
Targeted Killings of Hindus in Kashmir Trigger Panic
By Tarushi Aswani
The BJP government’s abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomy has made Hindus there vulnerable to terrorism.
Police Detain Kin Seeking Bodies of Slain Kashmir Civilians
By Aijaz Hussain
Police say that the civilians died in the crossfire between government troops and rebels, but witnesses claim that the forces used them as human shields during the standoff.
Can Kashmir’s Pandits Ever Return Home?
By Sudha Ramachandran
30 years after they were forced to flee, the return of Hindu Pandits to the Kashmir Valley remains a distant dream.
What the Pulwama Attack Means for Kashmiris
By Um Roommana
The deadly attack on security forces in Indian Kashmir has Kashmiris in the rest of India afraid for their safety.
Pulwama Attack: Pakistan Has Miscalculated India’s Resolve Yet Again
By Rohan Joshi
India has a range of options available to it.
Car Bomb Kills Over 30 Indian Soldiers in Kashmir
By Aijaz Hussain
It was one of the deadliest car bombings in the disputed region’s history.
Why India Must Change Its Kashmir Policy
By Ikram Ullah
The mood in Kashmir is more dangerous than ever before. India must change tactics before it's too late.
Why the Islamic State Could Come to Kashmir
By Dhananjay Sahai
The tactics and rhetoric of Kashmiri insurgents are starting to converge with those of ISIS.
Chaos in Kashmir: A Question of Identity
By Hatim Bukhari
The root cause of Kashmir's unending violence? Its people have no place in India's national identity.
Kashmir on Fire
By Baba Umar
With the killing of popular militant Burhan Wani, violence and protests have erupted in Kashmir.