Kashmir crisis : A fact finding report by Nitya Ramakrishnan and Nandini Sundar

Based on their visit to Kashmir between October 5-9, 2019, a new report was released by Nitya Ramakrishnan (Advocate) and Nandini Sundar (Sociologist) . The authors of the report visited various districts of Kashmir and spoke to various people on the ground. They report on various aspects of the siege, including illegal detentions of minors, …

Kashmir Civil Disobedience: Trauma, resistance, resilience, Two months on: A citizens’ report

A group of Indian citizens has just released a report on the current siege. This report was prepared by a team of concerned Indian citizens who travelled to Kashmir from September 25-30, and Jammu between October 6&7 as part of a solidarity and fact finding mission to understand the impact of abrogation of Article 370 …

Kashmir crisis Day 60, October 3, 2019–Two months of siege continues

On day 60 of the siege, normal life remains disrupted in the Kashmir Valley. While the Indian home Minister claims that there are no restrictions in Kashmir, the ground reality is starkly different. Main markets and business establishments sometimes open only for a couple of hours in the mornings. Schools, colleges, and universities remain closed. …

Kashmir crisis –Day 50

Kashmir Crisis, Day 50, September 22, 2019 Lockdown and collective punishment of the Kashmiri people continues. There has been no change on the ground. Freedom of expression, movement, and gathering, remains suspended. Shortages of medicine and other essential supplies remains. Hospitals continue to be inaccessible for those dependent on public transportation, and other essential services …