Kashmir

Protests in Gwadar, a BBC documentary on Modi, Tamil fiction in translation and more

January 25, 2023 - Updates and analysis from around the region

| Jan 25, 2023

What’s really behind Jammu and Kashmir’s new Family ID?

Kashmiris fear the scheme is another tool for surveillance and collective punishment by the Indian state.

| Jan 23, 2023

Will a new multiplex revive Kashmir’s cinema culture?

India-administered Kashmir opened its first multiplex in September 2022 after nearly three decades

What Southasia read in 2022

Book recommendations from a year of reading by Southasian writers, poets, translators and journalists

| Jan 06, 2023

Protests in Swat Valley, Kashmiri journalists barred from travel, ‘Trijya’ and more.

Southasiasphere episode 21: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Nov 04, 2022

Every vote counts in Kashmir

Revised voting rights would mean further disempowerment for locals.

| Oct 11, 2022

Selective truths

Kashmiri reception to the controversial film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

| Jun 10, 2022

Against forgetting. Against erasure.

On meaning, storytelling, and memory-making in Kashmir.

| Nov 11, 2021

Gobyaer

A short story.

| Jun 15, 2021

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