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Kashmir’s Displaced Struggle to Survive Amid COVID-19
May 29, 2020

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.”

Anti-India Clashes Continue in Tense Kashmir for Third Day
May 09, 2020

Anti-India Clashes Continue in Tense Kashmir for Third Day

By Associated Press
The killing of a top rebel commander has sparked large-scale protests in the restive region.
Top Kashmir Rebel Leader Killed as India Claims Major Success
May 07, 2020

Top Kashmir Rebel Leader Killed as India Claims Major Success

By Associated Press
Naikoo, a rebel leader, was killed by Indian forces.

Pakistan’s Army Says it Shot Down Indian Drone in Kashmir
April 09, 2020

Pakistan’s Army Says it Shot Down Indian Drone in Kashmir

By Associated Press
Pakistan's military said Thursday its troops shot down a small Indian spy drone after it violated the country's airspace in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.

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.

Press Freedom in Kashmir: Local and International Journalists Under Pressure
March 12, 2020

Press Freedom in Kashmir: Local and International Journalists Under Pressure

By Bilal Hussain
One local journalist alleges that he was “made a human shield” by Indian soldiers.

A Free and Open Indo-Pacific Needs a Free and Open India
February 19, 2020

A Free and Open Indo-Pacific Needs a Free and Open India

By Aman Thakker
India's ability to contribute to a "free and open" Indo-Pacific will require a course correction at home first.
India’s Grand Road to Nothingness in Kashmir
February 18, 2020

India’s Grand Road to Nothingness in Kashmir

By Mohamed Zeeshan
The Modi government needs to find a way to reengage with Kashmiri civil society—before it’s too late.

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.

On the Right Track in India: The BJP’s Ideological Drive Makes Perfect Sense
January 28, 2020

On the Right Track in India: The BJP’s Ideological Drive Makes Perfect Sense

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The BJP is in the right position and at the right time to push its agenda. 

Life Under Siege in Kashmir
January 21, 2020

Life Under Siege in Kashmir

By StoriesAsia
Kashmir remains an open air prison, leaving people with no control over their lives.
Davinder Singh: A Test for India’s Security Services
January 16, 2020

Davinder Singh: A Test for India’s Security Services

By Mohamed Zeeshan
How will India’s security services handle the case of Davinder Singh?

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