‘Unknown’ Hall of Fame: A Collective of Creative Writers of Kashmir

Kashmir’s fiction guild is a parallel universe frequented by a bunch of wordsmiths lacking good publishers and wide readership. But… Read More

July 22, 2020

Hoping Against Hope: Half Widows of Kashmir in Lockdown

At a time when a new book titled ‘Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak’ is presenting female voices of the… Read More

July 15, 2020

15 Years Later, Low-Intensity Tremors Testing Kashmir’s Shaky Ground

The picturesque landscape shaken by the 2005 earthquake has already witnessed around 40 low-intensity tremors since the start of the… Read More

July 14, 2020

Seeking Sixth Schedule, Craving Kashmir: Shifting Sands in Cold Desert?

Even as Dragon’s reported retreat has prevented Ladakh from becoming a potential war-turf, the public resentment and political rage have… Read More

July 11, 2020

Madhosh Balhami: ‘A Chronicler of Collective Pain’

From his folk-singing days to a poetic prison period, a quintessential bard from Balhom Srinagar cemented his place as Kashmir’s… Read More

July 9, 2020

Why Killing Militants May Not End Militancy in Kashmir

What can change the game is if the recruitment versus killings ratio changes in favour of the latter.  This would… Read More

June 29, 2020

Shias of Kashmir: Socio-Political Dilemmas

Driven from one place to another. Minority within a minority. Devoid of heroes in their own midst they look beyond… Read More

November 28, 2012