Illustration by Suhail Naqshbandi
We need to rethink, adapt and re-invent our strategy, judging their worth not by having used them for years but what pursuing them gives us in return.
There are some very practical reasons to turn monthly Kashmir Ink magazine into a weekly tabloid: One, of course, is the periodicity.
In recent years, a contentious debate about the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits has run parallel to the larger discourse over the conflict in Kashmir.
Encounters between government forces and the militants have been a stark reminder of an unending armed conflict in Kashmir over the past 25 years.
Ever since it was filled up in the seventies, Nallah Mar has flowed in our collective sub-conscious: We are barely aware of it in our routine discourse.
Our cover story for this issue is about the six ill-fated Kashmiris who were randomly picked up by the security agencies during their travels outside the state,