Who are the victims? This is the question that needs to be asked about the long-drawn Kashmiri conflict.
The key to Kashmir just might lie in public diplomacy and secret talks. But despite its obvious merits, why do governments remain reluctant to put their weight behind public consultation and dialogue?
Regardless of public opinion, covert diplomacy continues to happen in Kashmir even though its effectiveness is doubtful.
The video showing a young Kashmiri being used as a human shield by a battalion of the Indian Army, has gone viral, showcasing the brutality faced by the Kashmiri citizens.
The harrowing plight of women in Kashmir should not get lost amidst the bullets and pellets.
Is Pakistan’s pathological obsession regarding Kashmir, terrorism and nuclear attack with India at the heart of all the problems between the two nations?
The article describes the utter havoc created by the recent floods in Kashmir to its tourism, transport, trade, infrastructure and human lives.
The article explains the history and relevance of the increasing number of regional parties in the multi-lingual India, which is a sign of democracy.
The author through this article seeks to provide a rebuttal to Basharat Ali regarding the episode concerning Kashmiri students cheering for Pakistan in Meerut.
We as Indians want David Cameron to apologise for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre but is the Indian state ready to apologise for its own crimes in Kashmir ?