Browsing: Unrest

Security
Bemdoora Bamboozle?

For most of the last half a  year, the fateful encounter that killed teenage rebel Burhan Wani has remained a…

Cover Story
That Last Drive

Shams Irfan spent 24 hours in Tral and was part of the multiple funeral prayers that swelling mourners offered on…

Human Rights
Blocked Gateway

After four killings on highway connecting Kashmir with Delhi, an eerie silence replaced noise of engines. Aakash Hassan revisits the…

Unrest
Curfew Diaries

By Heena Muzzafar One fine morning I and my cousin, Nousheen, who is more a friend than a cousin, decided…

Cover Story
Death of Fear

Fear is a key element of managing abnormal situations and it has been in vogue for decades now in Kashmir.…

Discourse
Hurriyat In Restrospect

By: Khursheed Wani It may not be sheer coincidence that on the conclusion of Yashwant Sinha-led civil society group’s second…

Business
Stand Still Lives

Burhan Wani’s killing literally froze Kashmir in a time capsule. And public transport was no exception. But the plight of…

Business
Turmoil Turbulence

On July 9, suspension of mobile and internet services proved fatal for businesses who couldn’t reach their clients and vice-versa.…

Human Rights
Jail Memoir

The 76-days detention was revealing to the human rights defender Khurram Parvez, who walked out last week from Kot Bhalwal.…

Cover Story
The Autumn Tears

Unrest 2016 was different in its ferocity and spread. While the ideologically split space has worked enormously to evaluate the…

Human Rights
Pellet Ruined Plans

Waiting outside SMHS’ ophthalmology ward pellet hit Shabroza Akhtar blames herself for turning her sister’s upcoming wedding into mourning, reports Jibran…

Discourse
Strike a balance

by Masood Hussain Not in public knowledge, there were a few strong voices in the famous “stakeholders” conference in Hyderpora…

Health
What We Saw

Overwhelmed by the number of injured and dead arriving at the hospitals since July 9, young interns struggled to cope…

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