Tag Archives: Kashmir

Kashmir: Portraits of loss

The Valley of Kashmir is under a protracted conflict for over sixty years and since the year 1989, an armed revolt has led to thousands of civilians falling prey to enforced disappearance, killings and torture. Despite several Human Right reports and directives against draconian laws like AFSPA which gives government forces impunity to arrest or […]

How big is our world?

It has been more than ten days for me in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Jammu and Kashmir. Unlike my last trip two years ago which was a unique trip in one week, it was completely raining, in 2011 and I was dazzled by the beauty of the valley but this time I […]