Srinagar

Keeping journalism alive in Kashmir

Journalists in Kashmir have done remarkable work from the ground, despite government curbs and local media’s limitations.

| Jan 16, 2020

Now the loyal are being butchered

Caught in a crossfire, a poet from Kashmir loses 30 years of his work.

| May 02, 2018

State against society

Travelling through Srinagar during the ‘peaceful’ times in 2016 revealed the cartography of state violence.  

| Aug 01, 2016

A bunker in every mind

A Kashmiri recounts his days under curfew.

| Jun 12, 2015

Chronicle from an attic window

A people’s account of surviving the Kashmir floods.

| Sep 30, 2014

Finding Srinagar’s geography of peace

The summer capital is undergoing a massive physical makeover. But its spirit remains troubled.

| Dec 01, 2009

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