Tag: Kashmir

COVID 19 Second Wave Diaries: Economic shutdown leaves rural livelihoods in the lurch | COVID...

 
/ September 29, 2021

With lives and livelihoods crippled by the Second Wave, vulnerable communities toil on looking for a better future.

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Dissent in Democracy: Community Correspondents Discuss the State of the Country on Gandhi’s Birthday

 
/ October 20, 2020

In recent times, there has been a clampdown on voices of dissent in India. On Gandhi Jayanti, correspondents shared their experiences reporting about issues that may ruffle feathers, and decided that Gandhi would have approved.

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Illegal Sand Mining on RambiAra River in South Kashmir Goes on Unchecked

 
/ August 14, 2020

Illegal sand-mining in a tributary of Jhelum poses long term threat not just for the environment but for south Kashmir's sustainability.

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A Peek Into the Life and Culture of Kashmir’s Gurez Valley

 
/ July 24, 2020

If Jammu and Kashmir is remote and disconnected, wait till you read about Kashmir's Gurez valley.

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Ground Reports: On Kashmir Lockdown

 
/ October 1, 2019

It is 60 days into lockdown in Kashmir since the internet and communication were blocked off. Basharat Amin, gave us ground reports from Shopian, Kashmir.

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Kashmir Crisis: Eight Weeks After Article 370 was Scrapped

 
/ September 30, 2019

Erratic communication and internet blackout continues to clog people's lives in Kashmir. How long is the government going to continue this in the name of 'peace'?

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Kashmir. Article 370. Clampdown

 
/ September 27, 2019

"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.

Kalaroos: A Mystery in the Mountains of Kupwara

 
/ November 30, 2018

A set of caves in Kashmir’s Kupwara district may be the key to an ancient, underground passage to Russia; and to archaeological secrets.