During the Pandemic, an Outbreak of Violence Amid Orchards in Kashmir
A quarter of the 134 militants killed in the region this year died within the district.
Despite a Lockdown, India is Cracking Down on Student Activists Who Were a Part of Anti-CAA Protests
“This government can go to any extent to stifle our voices. Everyone feels they will be the next in line to be arrested."
The State-Imposed 2G Internet is Making Things Worse for Kashmiris Under Coronavirus Lockdown
Doctors are unable to download guidelines, news updates are slow to load, and some students have had to stay away from home because of the lack of connectivity.
‘They Dragged Me By My Beard’: Survivors Recount the Mob Violence in Delhi
As the death toll reaches 20, with over 250 seriously injured, a BJP spokesperson insists "everything will be fine".
A Gunman Just Shot a Student in Delhi
VICE spoke with those present at the scene where the attacker went live on Facebook several times and then shouted “Ye lo azadi” before firing at an anti-CAA protest gathering.
Fateh Veer Singh Guram
Social Media is Still Banned in Kashmir, But VPNs Come to the Rescue
"Everyone is using it. The government officials themselves are uploading Facebook display pictures using VPN!"
Fateh Veer Singh Guram
Islamic Schools Can Rarely Prep Students to Get Into Mainstream Universities but One Initiative Is Changing That
While madrassas have played a pioneering role in educating young Muslims in India, their failure to evolve has led to ‘bridge courses’ popping up to get these kids into college.
I Spent a Night Hiding in the Forest When Goons Attacked JNU
A masked mob beat up students and teachers at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University last evening. One student recounts the brutal attack.
This Man Is Making Sure the Student Protesters Fighting the New Citizenship Act Don't Go Hungry
“I am here for humanity.”
Police Attacked Me While Studying in My College Library. Now I Might Go Blind
The ugly outbreak of violence at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi left several incapacitated. We speak with one of them whose life changed that day.
This Is What Eid in Kashmir Looked Like
“Is this Eid or Ashura, the day of mourning?”
Away From Home, a Kashmiri Tries to Make Sense of India’s Revoking of Kashmir’s Special Status
“One of my friends went to the office washroom and wept. ‘We will be guests in our own homes now,’ he cried.”