A fictional story on the loss of dreams in Kashmir.
In his decade-old book on Kashmir, Peer managed to effectively give us an account that meshes both the personal and the political.
As a child, I was shielded from reality by my parents. But in Kashmir, countless children have been shot dead or blinded by pellet guns in the streets – …
On everyday tale of violence and muffled cries in the Valley.
Universities do not have any mechanisms in place to deal with students from conflict zones.
The politics of hatred in our country feeds on our indifference – the apathy of those it does not affect.
A woman either becomes a pawn in the hands of the state or that of men of her community.
Giving voice to the wives, daughters, mothers and sisters caught between hope and despair in their wait for the men in their lives who have been swallowed up by …
A young woman visits Srinagar and other parts of the Valley to unravel its multifaceted, complex and heartbreaking stories.
The irony is I’ve written this letter for you, but it will never reach you.