Inside The Kashmir

Inside the Kashmir That India Doesn’t Want the World to See

Arab Leaders Fully Support India’s Settler-Colonial Project In Kashmir

It has been more than two weeks since India issued a decree that stripped Kashmir of its semi-autonomous status, and the region remains under lockdown.

The Conflict In Kashmir, Explained

The dispute between India and Pakistan over Kashmir is one of the longest running conflicts

Kashmir cross-border fire ‘kills 3 Pakistani, 5 Indian soldiers’

In response to Pakistani army's statement, report says Indian army denies five Indian soldiers were killed. Kashmir cross-border fire 'kills 3 Pakistani, 5 Indian...

India floods, landslides kill more than 270

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Inside Kashmir’s lockdown: ‘Even I will pick up a gun’

Indian-administered Kashmir has been an under unprecedented lockdown since Monday, when India revoked a special constitutional status dating back nearly 70 years. The BBC's...

India’s settler-colonial project in Kashmir takes a disturbing turn

Monday marked a devastating turning point in India’s long-standing occupation of Kashmir.

India And Pakistan Are Making Nuclear Submarines

India and Pakistan are quietly making nuclear war more likely, both countries are arming their submarines with nukes.

Mumbra: India’s Largest Muslim Ghetto

Uprooted from Mumbai after the 1992-93 riots, thousands of Muslim families found safety in Mumbra on the city’s outskirts.

Muslim Woman Receives Death Threats After Leading Prayers In Kerala

A Muslim woman in the southern Indian state of Kerala has received death threats after leading prayers for a mixed congregation in an act of defiance against established Islamic practice.

Muslim Children Faced Bullying In Indian Schools

Nazia Erum’s book tells of Muslim children being beaten up and called terrorists by their classmates and teachers who look the other way, or worse.

The Physical Segregation Of Muslims In Gujarat

he physical segregation of Muslims in Gujarat is a part of the larger Hindutva objective to alienate those considered the ‘other’ from mainstream political processes.

“Ambulance Dada” Helping Rural Patients Of India

For the last 15 years, Karimul Haque used his motorcycle as an ambulance and has saved more than 4,000 lives.

How “Cow Vigilantes” Launched India’s Lynching Epidemic

India’s embattled minorities, particularly Muslims, have borne the brunt of the violence by so called "Cow Vigilantes"