The Kashmir Files has put the spotlight back on the displaced Kashmiri Pandits. But will their problems—jobs, houses, monthly relief, return and rehabilitation—get national attention?
Preserving memories of a vintage Kashmir in photographs, one house at a time
Rahul Bhat was shot dead by terrorists in tehsil office in Chadoora town in J&K's Badgam district on May 22.
Unravelling Kashmir’s truth, howsoever harsh, is important but it must be told with all its intricacies
Kashmiri Pandit Rahul Bhat was killed at his office in the Chadoora area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district on May 12
Singh said politicians made statements in the last two days over the killing but not once named Pakistan or the terrorists responsible.
In 1996, six years after being forced out of his home in Kashmir, Babuji lost his memory and sense of hearing, but the forever smile on his face proved that he left this world happy after tasting the sweetest nectar of life
Kashmiri Pandit Rahul Bhat was shot dead by terrorists in a targeted killing in his office on Thursday.
Pandits in migrant camps and their Muslim neighbours in Kashmir’s villages recall the idyll before insurgency, while newspaper headlines from the 1990s...
Writing and filmmaking to demonise Muslims in Kashmir helps no Pandit. These only stoke the fire of communal antagonism.
The bond between me and Puchi in today’s Kashmir seems more of a myth than a reality. Peace is integral to true development and survival with grace.
Uprooted from their home and hearth, Kashmiri Pandit families living in the Purkhoo migrant camp narrate their daily struggle for survival—forgotten by their...
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