A poem for a friend living in Kashmir.
After ABVP Protests Against Book, Indore Law College Principal ‘Forced’ to Resign
Over the past few days, members of the ABVP have targeted the college for allegedly "promoting negative thoughts" and subsequently objecting to a book that allegedly shows the RSS …
Review: ‘Tanaav’ Reveals the True Costs of Conflict
The series dismantles the homogeneity of the two warring camps. Not all Indian officers are alike — neither are the militants.
Weaving the Pristine Fabric: Finding a Connect Between the Pashmina and Vrindavani Vastra
Aditi Desai's documentary reignited a wonder of the cultural ethos of Assam that is now lost in the sands of time.
An essay on a memorable train journey with heart-warming moments and grim political reminders.
Arundhati Roy on Things that Can and Cannot Be Said: The Dismantling of the World as We Know It
Solidarity, speaking up for others is more important than ever. But that too has become a perilous activity, says the acclaimed writer.
The Ruined Streets of Srinagar: A Coming of Age Story
A story of growing up around blood, blood and more blood.
Three Years After Centre’s August 5 Move, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Still in Detention
The authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have allegedly refused to specify the charges under which Mirwaiz has been confined to his Nigeen residence in Srinagar.
The poet decides to clean his room before moving out of his parents' house.
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.