Hate-mongering in India threatens to silence all dissent.
Published 22 Aug, 2018 04:21am
"You must be sad today, your brothers were martyred", said an Indian soldier directing a bright torchlight at our faces.
Updated 03 Apr, 2018 10:46am
28 years ago the Indian army killed more than 40 civilians in Kashmir valley in two incidents.
Updated 07 Mar, 2018 12:46pm
A dialogue between Pakistan and India must begin.
Updated 01 Feb, 2018 12:34pm
THE killing of Amaranth temple pilgrims in held Kashmir has shown that tolerance is still alive in the Valley...
Updated 14 Jul, 2017 12:08pm
There was a time when India believed that psychological tactics of warfare could help it win over Kashmiris.
Updated 09 Jun, 2017 08:52am
Held Kashmir CM suggested building a corridor between South and Central Asia with Kashmir as its nucleus.
Updated 12 Jun, 2017 04:05pm
The Mirwaiz of South Kashmir sheds light on the ‘new age’ militancy in held Kashmir.
Updated 04 Jan, 2017 08:51am
The heroism brought to militancy by him has not died with his death — it has only intensified.
Updated 23 Dec, 2016 11:06am
In India, the media has lately proven to be following an ultra-nationalist line drawn by the Narendra Modi govt.
Updated 20 Oct, 2016 09:17am
When tens of thousands of people leave the comfort of their home to mourn a rebel’s killing, it is a political statement
Updated 17 Jul, 2016 08:24am
The HC decision to implement an unimplemented 153-year-old ban on beef in the Muslim-majority state sparks an outcry.
Published 11 Sep, 2015 12:49pm
The press across the world is known as the fourth estate of democracy, but in Kashmir, like every other thing about...
Published 24 Nov, 2011 06:10pm
“Reprisals have begun. Be men, it’s me who writes and not my family,” Muzamil Jaleel, Associate Editor of The Indian...
Published 24 Aug, 2011 12:34pm