‘Kashmir is graveyard of probes, not expecting justice from courts,’ says family of slain...

Auqib Javeed, TwoCircles.net Budgam: Kashmir has the distinction of being known as as the graveyard for inquiries and probes of civilian killings at the hands of...

Structural Barriers to Media Openness in Kashmir

By Tanveer Ahmad Khan and Wasia Hamid The modern age is one of global interactions wherein local happenings are shaped by the events taking place miles away...

As world fights coronavirus, Kashmir struggles for information and education

By Sajid Bukhari Government of a country whose constitution has promised ‘Right to Equality’ under Article 14 even to foreigners, has segregated 1.25 crore residents...

Hundreds of academicians, journalists appeal UN Special Rapporteur to stop intimidation of Kashmiri journalists

TCN News Members of the Kashmir Scholars Consultative Action Network have written to Prof David Kaye, United Nations Special Rapporteur on promotion and protection of...

Kashmir’s journalist body resolves to withstand ‘policing and intimidation’

TCN News Srinagar: Condemning the ongoing offensive against journalists launched by J&K Police, the Kashmir Working Journalists Association (KWJA) Wednesday said that journalists in Kashmir...

Kashmiris face police brutality in COVID-19 lockdown

By Abid Hussain, TwoCircles.net Irfan Ali, a research scholar studying at JNU, left his home in central Kashmir’s Budgam district to self-report at the local...

‘State wants to control media’: Journalists in Kashmir brace for worse

By Auqib Javeed, TwoCircles.net  Srinagar: The Union Territory administration seems to have started a “war” against the Journalists working in the valley as coronavirus...

“They are using humans as shields”: LoC villagers appeal for ceasefire

TCN Reporter, TwoCircles.net Kupwara: Watching the debris of his house that he had made over years of hard work along with his three sons, Mohammad...

Amid lockdown, this Sikh youth is enthralling Kashmiris through music

By Zahoor Hussain As most parts of the world are locked down to contain spread of the deadly Novel Coronavirus, Harkrishan Singh Sanam, a 25-year-old...

Economic and ecological disaster predicted as 16 million poplar trees are ordered to be...

Auqib Javeed,TwoCircles.net Srinagar: The Union Territory Administration in Kashmir has started a massive axing and looping programme of Russian female poplar trees locally know as...

Un-ending Tragedies IV: To meet her jailed son, this Kashmiri mother is begging door...

By TCN Correspondent SRINAGAR: This year marks a new beginning for 42-years-old Zamrooda. A resident of Batamaloo area of Srinagar and originally a homemaker, now has...

Won’t plead for justice anymore: Kashmir’s ‘Mass Rape’ survivors on 29th anniversary

Auqib Javeed , TwoCircles.net Kupwara: “We were not heard then and we aren’t being heard now,” says 75-years old Mohammad Amin, whose wife(name withheld) was...
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