Author with his late father, Abdul Karim Ganaie
The idea of Kashmiriyat acquires sinister dimensions when it is repeatedly propagated by the state actors and defined as per their convenience and attendant agendas for the people of Kashmir
Illustration by Suhail Naqshbandi/KI
Illustration by Suhail Naqshbandi
Did the state's Health Department perpetuate the current unrest in Kashmir? Yes it did.
For the last nearly seventy years, India has deployed a raft of measures to strengthen its military control of Kashmir, and mobilizing religious passions in India to weaken Kashmiri struggle for political freedoms was always at the heart of its Kashmir policy.
First revamp and then promote public transport system to ease traffic congestion in Srinagar
The present state of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution mirrors the tragedy of Kashmir
Article 370 of the Constitution of India is a unique provision.
Kashmir Ink reproduces an old interview with Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah published in the October 1980 issue of CARAVAN.
Kashmir is losing 228 kanals of agriculture land per day. At this rate, by 2040, there will be no land to grow crops
A mother, father, wife, brother and a son tell their respective narratives of loss
Former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book Neither a Hawk, Nor a Dove has re-ignited the debate in India and Pakistan on the former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf’s Four Point Framework for the resolution of Kashmir.