Effects of violence and forced migration on survivors’ mental health have not been acknowledged, despite the trauma being passed down generations.
Both my parents are learning to rely on me as I have relied on them for the last 46 years.
A museum at Hundarman village near Kargil stores memories of those who lost their loved ones during the 1971 India-Pakistan war.
From witnessing violence during the Partition to life in refugee camps in Delhi, my grandmother's story speaks of the indomitable spirit of a people and the will to survive.
A forgotten story of a young couple who succumbed to the borderland violence in Kashmir.
In an interview with students from Jamia, Ayesha Jalal talks about the whys and hows of the misrepresentation of history by the governments of India and Pakistan.
Borders, after all, are simply political boundaries.
Understanding the beauty of a shared history through stories and truths.