India’s Kashmir valley has been in a state of lockdown, much before the COVID-19 imposed lockdown in the rest of India, since August 5, 2019. It has hit street vendors, hawkers and daily wagers the hardest. 27 year old Suhail Ahmad, a resident of Shopian used to sell different commodities...
Twenty two years on, two Kashmiri continue their search for their missing sons.
The Forest Right Act does not apply to Jammu & Kashmir, making nomadic communities in the state vulnerable to alienation, eviction and violence.
Governments come and governments go, but in half a century, none has built a road to this government higher secondary school in Poonch.
An environment lover in J&K’s Anantnag district is recruiting volunteers to help clean his town of trash.
Private hospitals have become money minting machines, says a Srinagar couple who lost their newborn baby to medical negligence.
Along with dead bodies, much more was buried in the Nadimarg Massacre in Jammu and Kashmir more than 15 years ago.
Apple and peach farmers in Budgam fear losing their land as the road of development lays down concrete through their orchards.