Despite years of proxy war, the government has failed to alleviate the situation, argues Dilnaz Boga.
Articles by Dilnaz Boga
Dilnaz Boga meets two women whose friendship flourished in India’s jails.
- June 11, 2015
Dilnaz Boga looks at how the crackdown affects society’s most vulnerable.
- June 5, 2015
Dilnaz Boga follows a case of rape in Kashmir, and finds that justice is too often years away, if ever.
- May 18, 2011
Recovering drug addicts in Kashmir are caught between a rock and a hard place.
- May 16, 2011
Despite exposure in an Amnesty report, lawmakers continue to disregard the law, says Dilnaz Boga.
- May 9, 2011
In Kashmir, death has many faces. Dilnaz Boga remembers those who lost their lives to ‘alleged beatings’ by the police during 2010.
- December 13, 2010
As our correspondent prepares to leave Kashmir, she ponders the future for those who have no choice but to stay.
- December 7, 2010
A graffiti campaign in Kashmir is being used to drive home a powerful message to India.
- November 29, 2010
Young people in particular struggle to cope with the trauma of living in the world’s most militarized zone.
- November 24, 2010
The arrival of winter has brought back a semblance of normality to the Kashmir Valley.
- November 16, 2010
The use by Kashmiri police of pellet guns, supposedly to avoid civilian casualties in unarmed protests, has failed to curb injuries.
- November 9, 2010
After 35 days of curfew, residents in Palhalan in North Kashmir get a taste of freedom.
- October 26, 2010
In Kashmir, there are plenty of reasons – as Dilnaz Boga discovers.
- October 20, 2010
At a time of increased violence and a rising death toll in Indian-administered Kashmir, Dilnaz Boga talks to Masarat Alam Bhat, leader of the Quit Kashmir campaign, about the struggle for azaadi (freedom) and the sacrifices involved.
- September 14, 2010
In Kashmir, civilians are being pushed to the brink of disaster amidst protests, curfews and killings. Anger is hurt turned inside out, as Dilnaz Boga explains.
- August 12, 2010
Students are determined to revive their banned union, despite random raids and intimidation, reports Dilnaz Boga.
- May 26, 2010
In Kashmir, ‘collateral damage’ can mean losing everything in a matter of seconds, reports Dilnaz Boga.
- March 24, 2010