Even 28 years after his execution, Maqbool Bhatt ‘remains in prison’
Illustration by Suhail Naqshbandi/KI
Hizb commander Burhan Wani’s death too is not an unprecedented event but the reaction it evoked from the masses is definitely beyond the routine
As the protests grind on in the Valley, more people are killed and even more injured, it is sad to see that there are very few responses – within India, or internationally – to this latest crisis.
When Burhan Wani was killed, the mainstream Indian media and the hyper nationalist Indian twitterati did not stop at any lengths to label him an Islamic radical and a terrorist, given his affiliation with Hizbul Mujahideen.
I miss all my school friends and my school, but what I miss the most are my eyes—panun gash.
On July 9 around afternoon, five teenagers waited outside the Trauma Theater of SMHS Hospital, nursing their pellet hit eyes with handkerchiefs, making frantic movements.
Burnt alive in Udhampur and forgotten in Kashmir
Countless widows and half-widows are living destitute lives.
J&K born Ankit Love traces his royal lineage to the last Maharaja of Kashmir, Hari Singh, and calls himself the exiled ruler of the state.
Pami was sweating profusely.
The poems offered here in translation will need no introduction to speakers of Kashmiri.
A Mumbai based Kashmiri lawyer cycled 3000 km for 14 days in March, raising 26 Lakh for meritorious students
Mirza Saaib Bég, a Mumbai based Kashmiri lawyer, is a Gold Medalist graduate of India’s premiere law university, NALSAR University of Law, where he was the first and only Kashmiri to be elected as President of the Student Union at NALSAR University.
First revamp and then promote public transport system to ease traffic congestion in Srinagar
In the backdrop of NIT Srinagar controversy, two former students - one from south Kashmir and another from UP - tell their story of living together in harmony, both inside and beyond the campus
The food we eat is far from safe, but often it is not easy to figure out.
Pain, agony, repression, torture and resistance are inscribed on the mind and body of Kashmiri people
What is it that these young men are trying to achieve, and are they succeeding?
Employees at EDI talk about their run-ins with militants before the three day encounter began
Amanullah Khan, the Pakistan-based supreme leader of the JKLF, reveals in an exclusive interview to Kashmir Ink, how he became the ideologue of the struggle for Independent Kashmir, and what it would take to see the movement through