Red Star in Jammu: How a Marxist who took on Sheikh Abdullah in the 1970s has kept the fight for workers’ rights alive
Abdul Majid Khan has fought for workers' rights and communal harmony all his life. He has Bhagat Singh's photograph tucked in his pocket. He remembers when his house was raided by the govt, and his wife's only pair of gold earrings taken away.
The insecurity of one and arrogance of the other is what has led to the indecision over the seat-sharing agreement for the Lok Sabha polls.
Villagers in border areas fully back PM Modi. Their wait for bunkers to duck Pakistani shelling must end now
People living along the LoC believe that Modi is their saviour in this hour of crisis. They, however, await monetary compensation for treatment of injuries received via shelling from the other side.
Removing security of mainstream political Kashmiri workers shows the government’s short-sighted approach
While the security of outright separatists can go, why endanger those political voices which do tilt towards India and its democratic processes?
From a young reporter, with love and respect.
Wrong on Rites: Kashmir often sees reports of Muslims helping with Hindu last rites. There is a need to halt this 'same story trend'
J&K media should stop spreading propaganda on how Kashmiri Muslims help the Pandit community on rituals of death. This only covers up how KPs are treated in life.
'I am not a criminal anymore' - What I saw while covering the historic #Section377Verdict at the Supreme Court
Reporters are generally expected to not take sides covering judgements. Today, however, was special.
His duty to his nation - Heartfelt tribute to slain J&K cop Javaid Ahmed Dar by SSP Shailendra Mishra
"I have lost a younger brother. Despite threats, JD stayed my PSO for years. I could relax only because he watched over me."