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Jammu and Kashmir

Sudhir Mishra: The Rebel With Many Causes

Kaveree Bamzai

What happens to a revolution the morning after, asks Sudhir Mishra, who returns to political filmmaking in a new web series set in kashmir

Tree of Life

Interlinked stories about the friction between modernity and tradition

Goodbye SAARC, Hello BIMSTEC?

The adoption of a BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal multi-modal technical and economic cooperation) charter at the grouping's 25th year is a much needed, and much delayed development

Madeleine Albright (1937-2022): History’s Diplomat

America’s first woman secretary of state shaped the 20th century’s last world-defining moment

Kashmir on the National Mind

A film becomes a cathartic cultural event that brings the tragedy of the pandits to the public consciousness

An Inconvenient Truth

The forced migration of Kashmiri Pandits, for long kept out of the national narrative, is finally becoming visible and gaining the attention of the rest of India

Nehru: The Idealist and the Realist

The seamless contradictions of Jawaharlal Nehru

An Essay in Defiance

On his first visit to Kashmir since the abrogation of Article 370, Amit Shah focuses on development, employment, grassroots democracy and ending terrorism

The Unfinished Agenda of Masood Azhar

Twenty years after his release from an Indian jail, the fountainhead of radical Islamism continues to send messengers of death to India

The Roerichs in Kashmir and Ladakh

During their famous Altai-Himalaya expedition nearly 100 years ago, the mystical Russian family spent a few months in the then princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. The suspicious British government tried to play spoilsport

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