We spoke to a dealer who dodges Indian soldiers and checkpoints to sell drugs in the world’s most militarised zone.
This all-women Sufi band is trying to break into a traditionally male genre of music, but that's the least of their problems.
A new animated movie with America’s favorite superheroes has some Indians asking, “who’s funding such propaganda films?”
Fear and anxiety has crept into the minds of Kashmiris once again.
It is illegal but rampant in India and has led to violence against brides.
Faraz Ashraf from Kashmir—one of the world’s most militarised zones—says the movie showed a “terrorist” driving a car with the same number plate as his.
Zareefa Jan has created a “language of circles” to help her document her poems. Only she can decode them.
The most militarised zone on earth is luring its youth into a tight grip of addiction.
Caught between two squabbling countries, hundreds of women are trapped in complicated cross-border marriages.
Sun, sea, sand, and railing against global inequality.
An alarming number of children have been killed by leopards in residential areas in India-administered Kashmir.
Kashmiri artist Mudasir Gul said he was also made to paint over his solidarity mural.