The Political Economy of Class and Social Power in Kashmir

The Political Economy of Class and Social Power in Kashmir

Life for the deprived classes has been nasty and brutish in Kashmir. It was perhaps only with the incipient advance of Kashmiri nationalism that a new constellation of classes and castes emerged but this was a relatively small class that called for both social and economic reform

Lockdown 4.0: What’s Open, What Remains Closed

Lockdown 4.0: What’s Open, What Remains Closed

The nationwide lockdown is onto its third extension as the National Disaster Management Agency announced that the measures need to be implemented for a further period of 14 days in India. Here’s a full list of activities that will be permitted in Lockdown 4.0

Dal Lake’s ‘Wonder Women’ Playing Crisis-Managers in Lockdown

Dal Lake’s ‘Wonder Women’ Playing Crisis-Managers in Lockdown

At a time when Srinagar Administration is asking people to maintain kitchen gardens, many Kashmiri women are toiling hard in lockdown to maintain traditional vegetable supplies in the city. Braving the vagaries of the weather and harsh life, these women during pandemic have literally become Salvador of Srinagar

Rs 27 Lakh in 24 Hrs: A Conman’s Coffer and Blown Cover

Rs 27 Lakh in 24 Hrs: A Conman’s Coffer and Blown Cover

On 13 May, a video surfaced on social media sites and evoked a sentimental storm after a man shared his lockdown sob story. Terming NGOs and Trusts as indifferent to his case, his coffer soon got brimmed with donations, before some alert community watchers busted his myth

Over 66,000 J&K Residents Evacuated: Admin

Over 66,000 J&K Residents Evacuated: Admin

More than 66,000 people from Jammu and Kashmir, who were stranded in different parts of the country due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown, have been evacuated, an official spokesperson said on Sunday

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