What Made a Scholar Take Up Arms

Daanish Bin Nabi, tries to understand what made Dr Mohmmad Rafi Bhat turn to violence In the last forty years, Ganderbal in Kashmir has broken peace two times. One, when young Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, the child... Read More...

The Rape Of The Lock

Daanish Bin Nabi, writes on the mysterious attacks on women’s hair in Kashmir Braid chopping incidents continue to be reported from across the Kashmir valley and its peripheries for over a month now. A cabinet... Read More...

Painting Portraits of Pain in Kashmir

Majid Maqbool spoke to Hina Aarif, a young artist from the valley who paints pictures of people caught in the violence of the Kashmir conflict Since her childhood, 24-year-old Hina Aarif, a resident of Buchpor... Read More...

The Problem With Kashmir

Daanish Bin Nabi on why the valley is a ticking time bomb that might explode any second Since the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahiddin commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani on July 08, 2016, the bloodshed has continued unab... Read More...

Stories of Kashmir’s Women

Majid Maqbool spoke to Freny Manecksha about her new book that focuses on the women of the valley and their struggles to cope with life in a place that is constantly at war Freny Manecksha first visited Kashmi... Read More...

Where The Flowers Still Grow

Bharat Sikka’s stunning collection of photographs from Kashmir In 2014 and 2015, after reading Mirza Waheed’s novel The Collaborator, photographer Bharat Sikka travelled to the valley of Kashmir to photograph ... Read More...

Life by Curfew

Daanish Bin Nabi, a journalist living in Kashmir recounts the last 51 days of horror in the valley as the curfew is finally lifted, only to be re-imposed again after fresh agitations break out. Hizb-ul-Mujahid... Read More...