Both the Congress and the BJP want a piece of 'Azadi' for politics, but Ranveer Singh wants none of it. We wonder, has anyone asked Kanhaiya Kumar?
A book that explores the human dimension of the Kashmir conflict, through voices often lost in politics and militarism
[Book extract] Innocent people continue to be killed.
Militancy aided by Pakistan continues to grow because of policies adopted by the Indian government which give rise to a sense of alienation.
On the issue of joining Pakistan, the answer is 50-50.
Yelling azadi is well and good, but what is this azadi, is it merely drawing a border on the map?
The prime minister says Indians love Kashmiris, but pellet guns are no way to show that love.
Violence in Kashmir has become the axis through which certain politics are created and destroyed.
Using force over the decades has only led to less and less legitimacy of Indian claims on Kashmir rather than more.
Burhan Wani's killing was merely a trigger that galvanised people already dissatisfied with the status quo in the Valley.