Those who returned to Kashmir after liberation struggles say they are treated as foreigners without rights or access to basic necessities.
Moving their families every three days is a reality for women of nomadic tribes in Kashmir.
Families in Kashmir value the immediate financial benefits from crafts such as carpet weaving over long-term benefits of education for daughters. A photo essay.
Tired of unsafe and slow public transportation, girls in Kashmir are getting their own wheels.
As the state awaits a ruling on the future of the pilgrimage, residents and organizers debate the need for new roads and lodging near the site.
SRINAGAR, KASHMIR, INDIA – Locals and officials panicked last week when they found thousands of dead fish floating in Nigeen Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir’s summer capital.
SRINAGAR, KASHMIR, INDIA – Shock, sadness and silence engulfed Ishrat Hussain, 26, when she learned about her inability to conceive.
SRINAGAR, KASHMIR, INDIA – There is a crowd of people waiting outside the office of Shamim Firdous, one of only four women in the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir.
SRINAGAR, KASHMIR, INDIA – Mosquitoes, flying ants and houseflies buzz around inside Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital, a government-run pediatric hospital in Srinagar, the summer capital of Kashmir.
Editor’s note: Parties described in mediation cases are not fully named because of the confidential nature of material disclosed in the closed-door proceedings.