100 Days and Counting: Glimpses of the Lockdown, Shutdown in Kashmir

Photographs taken over the past three months while reporting from different parts of Kashmir narrate their own story. A resident of Soura, Srinagar showing pellet wounds on his chest. Fearing arrest, he did not go to a hospital for treatment. Photo: Majid Maqbool The state-enforced siege …

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No One Knows International Law’s Failures Better Than the Rohingya

Grandiose talk of worldwide relief and justice has been accompanied by little to no action. Now the group’s options are narrowing. Mohib Ullah does not come across as an international advocate, the face of a community at risk. The 44-year-old botanist is mild-mannered, giving off the …

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