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Dealing With Lockdowns: What a Kashmiri Can Teach Americans Today
Kashmir has taught me that in order to withstand difficult situations, the most important resource we have is each other.
The Conundrum Facing India’s Aspiring Journalists
The aspiring journalist of today is being made very aware that there is a price to pay when unwanted truths tumble out.
Let’s Talk About Kashmir
Since no one was talking about it, I held a small discussion at my place and decided to 'be the change' I wanted to see.
When a Daughter Didn’t Speak to Her Mother For 15 Days
One daughter took an extreme step to help her mother realise how the lockdown in Kashmir has affected thousands of families.
Bollywood and Dissent: Beyond Modi’s Love for Mangoes
For decades, Indian celebrities have had an unsaid rule of never critiquing politics or being anti-government.
Are We Really Independent and Free in 2019? These Bills Say We’re Not
The newly introduced bills – UAPA (Amendment) Bill, RTI (Amendment) Bill and J&K reorganisation Bill – attempt to curtail the freedoms of people, institutions and the state.
Everything Wrong With a Class 6 Student Being Asked to ‘Thank Modi for Removing Article 370’
Let's not even get into how ironic it is that students in Class 6 are being allowed to weigh in on the debate on Kashmir while Kashmiris themselves remain …
AMU: Ahead of a Debate on Article 370, Security Beefed up on Campus
The decision, the district administration says, was taken as a "precautionary measure" to avoid any unforeseen incident on the campus.
Revoking Article 370 Might Be a Potential Solution. But is it the Right One?
No matter how optimistic the future promised to us looks, the undemocratic means deployed to achieve it cannot be justified.