Kashmir Archive

Security lockdown in Kashmir following anti-India strike

A fresh strike called by anti-India separatists to protest the killings of two top rebels and a civilian shut down disputed Kashmir Wednesday while

India def to the plight of young Kashmiris

Gradually, but perceptibly, almost inexorably, the Kashmir Valley appears to be slipping out of control – again. Since the death of Burhan Wani, a

Blinded by Indian pallets, a Kashmiri man forced to sell land

(By Raashid Hassan) Urpora (Shopian): A young man from Urpora village in south Kashmir’s Shopian district has sold off his land to fund the

How a Kashmiri student blinded by Indian pallets cried

Pellet victim Faisal, now half-blind, misses class 10 exam. Desperate to appear in the class 10 examinations that started today, Faisal Ahmad could not

India’s Sushma fails to make a point

(By Kamran Yousaf) As was expected, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj launched a broadside against Pakistan in her address to the United Nations