How will future generations of Indians view Kashmir's contested history?
In India's far northeast, tensions are beginning to emerge in the 22-year peace process to end India's longest insurgency.
Roughly translating as 'Hindu-ness', Hindutva reframes the majority religion more as an identity, stoking tensions and intolerance of Muslims.
The situation in Kashmir shows that colonisation isn't just done by Europeans – India has a long history of it too.
As Kashmir faces new challenges, our forms of allyship must also evolve. Perhaps we can learn some lessons from its kitchens.
India recently revoked a special provision that ended the autonomy of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Here's the history of the constitutional provision, Article 370.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he's ushering in a 'new India.' But this new era is of ethnic majoritarianism and erases differences, dissent and the rights of minorities.
While the world avoids calling the crime by its name, Kashmiris are facing an ongoing genocide.
Violence, rebellion, dark days and a war with Pakistan are likely on the horizon as a result of India's latest move against Kashmiris.
For decades, the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir had a special status, with its own constitution, flag and the ability to make its own laws.
We focus on Kashmir in the third part of our India Tomorrow podcast series: its history, the lives of its people, and the conflict over its future.
This is a transcript of episode three of The Anthill podcast series India Tomorrow on Kashmir.
Listen to academics from around the world in this seven-part podcast series on India ahead of the 2019 Indian elections.
India’s general election, held over six weeks in April and May, pits the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s Narendra Modi against a varied band of opponents, including Rahul Gandhi.
It started on February, 14 when a suicide attack killed more than 40 people in the Indian controlled part of Kashmir. Now, Pakistan and India's conflict over the disputed region is heating up again.
A nuclear exchange, which would unleash untold destruction on both countries' civilian populations, remains a possibility.
India and Pakistan have been fighting for control over Kashmir, an 86,000-square-mile territory in the Himalayas, for seven decades. But the people of Kashmir have their own political goals too.
India and Pakistan enter into a volatile situation after weeks of increasing tension.
Claimed by both India and Pakistan ever since the British left, Kashmir is still caught in the crossfire.
Shakespeare’s play offered me a chance to think about India's political and social issues from a literary and epic perspective.