A poem for a friend living in Kashmir.
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The Ruined Streets of Srinagar: A Coming of Age Story
A story of growing up around blood, blood and more blood.
Boyhood in Kashmir
A work of fiction in the form of verse that tells the story of a boy growing up in Kashmir amidst blood and pain.
The War That We Were Born Into
A 19-year-old from Srinagar on how one generation after another has grown up in times of war in Kashmir.
No Jobs, Passports for ‘Anti-National’ Social Media Posts
Authorities are increasingly clamping down on dissent, both online and on the ground.
Autumn, a Season of Loss in Kashmir
The collective desolation of a people.
Article 370 Anniversary: Kashmiri Students Recall a Year in the Dark
"It was a period of hopelessness and extreme anxiety."
As Protests Engulf India, Kashmiri Students Feel They Have a Target on Their Backs
'My parents are worried and have strictly advised me to steer clear of any kind of protests. They think that Kashmiris are easy targets and I agree.'
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.