"Most narratives about Kashmir that TV studios push down our throats are without letting Kashmiris speak. Where are the ground reports from the valley that tell the real concerns of the people?" Nadiya Shafi, our community correspondent from Srinagar, writes about the clampdown in Kashmir.
Gil sar and Kushalsar lakes in Srinagar are on the edge of extinction due to encroachment and the siltation and the authorities have turned a deaf ear to the issue.
Apple and peach farmers in Budgam fear losing their land as the road of development lays down concrete through their orchards.
Once in decline, this ancient art form, adapted centuries ago from Persia is seeing a revival in the valley.
Parveena Ahangar has united victims across the valley to demand that the state gives them back their disappeared family members.
How can we bring justice to the family of the victim of yet another senseless killing in Kashmir? On 7 November 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Kashmir. There were large numbers of police and paramilitary forces stationed around Kashmir to foil protest marches and unrest. In a residential neighbourhood...