Jammu

Militarisation and the media

How the Modi government imposed its will on Jammu & Kashmir.

| Aug 16, 2019

In search of lost time

A chronicle of a Kashmiri man acquitted after more than 18 years of incarceration.

| Sep 12, 2015

Precariats of Indian democracy

The multiple identities of Kashmiri Pandits that have evolved over time complicate the question of resettlement.

| May 11, 2015

Turning out

In Kashmir Valley, voter participation at recent Assembly polls was driven by an overriding imperative.

Registering dissent

NOTA and what it means for electoral participation in Kashmir.

| May 08, 2014

The art of statelessness

Fragments of the lives of the Rohingya refugees in Jammu.

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