Kashmir: Dateline Fear

Rahul Pandita

Behind the recent threat to journalists in Kashmir is a war of narratives

Yasin Malik: The Conspirator

His conviction in a terror-funding case could be the beginning of the long shadow of retribution

Lone Sister of the Islamist Brotherhood

The sinister story of a bright neuroscientist who ended up as ‘Lady Al-Qaeda’

The Axis of Jihad

Why the war on terror is failing

Kashmir: The Enemy Within

The arrest of a senior government functionary in Kashmir reveals the deep penetration of jihadi elements

Kandahar 1999: Story of a Hijacking

The first-person narrative recalls the drama that kept India awake for seven fateful nights

The Long Road to Justice

It has taken three decades for trial to begin in the case of the killing of four Indian Air Force personnel in Kashmir in 1990. Open accesses CBI investigation to tell the story of that fateful day

“Is my husband’s name on the National War Memorial?”

On January 25, 1990, Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna and three other Airforce personnel were killed in a terrorist attack in Kashmir. As the trial begins in the case after three decades, here is the story of his widow, Nirmal Khanna.


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