“The Indo-Pak dialogue has encouraged India to suppress the freedom struggle,” says Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Chairman, APHC (G).
Siddharth Varadarajan analyses the effectiveness of historical land dispute resolutions and their applicability to the Kashmir issue.
“Human rights violations are at their lowest in Srinagar,” saysMufti Mohammad Sayeed Chief Minister, Indian-administered Kashmir
Strange are the ways of electoral politics.
Will the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan manage to get past their first semantic hurdle when they meet this June?
The long awaited Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road remains a dream to be realised.
The ceasefire between India and Pakistan is a boon for divided Kashmiri families.
Mumbai-based Kalpana Sharma closes in on the role of the media in exacerbating tension between India and Pakistan.
Concerted efforts towards peace between India and Pakistan are being taken with small steps in the right direction, rather than a giant leap forward.
Which of the proposed solutions to the Kashmir issue conform to the divergent agendas of its many stakeholders? Talat Hussain zooms in on two: the Chenab formula and the Livingston Proposal.