Acquaintance

Freedom Through Untouchability: A Letter to Kashmiris — by Murad Saleem

A deeply embedded sense of existential threat has surrounded Kashmiris from multiple directions, materializing in varying challenges and struggles throughout… Read More

2 months ago

Perspective: Is India’s New Policy on Media in Kashmir Vicious? — by Shahnaz Bashir

In this opinion piece Shahnaz Bashir evaluates the potential consequences and repercussions of the 53-page “New Media Policy” set to… Read More

3 months ago

I'm a Kashmiri. This Is What I Thought When Kanhaiya Said Kashmir Is Integral to India — by Ather Zia

In a piece originally published by Huffington Post India (25/03/2016), Professor Ather Zia problematizes Kanhaiya Kumar's statement on Kashmir as… Read More

4 months ago

Fight for Your Right: A Young Student’s Illustrated Project on #MeToo — by Sushila Sahay

Sushila Sahay was 15 years old when, at the peak of a worldwide debate, she decided to raise awareness about… Read More

5 months ago

Of Cultural Misappropriation: A Case for the Nagas — by Huthuka Sumi

Huthuka Sumi explores the implications of Amazon and Flipkart’s listing of specific garments as “traditional” Naga attire. He questions the… Read More

5 months ago

Roshni: Where the Light Won't Shine – by Muzamil Jaleel

In a continuing series, Muzamil Jaleel presents his latest opinion piece in the Acquaintance section at Inverse Journal. While discussing… Read More

5 months ago

Opinion: New Land Laws Put All of Kashmir up for Sale — by Muzamil Jaleel

In this opinion piece featured in our Acquaintance section, Muzamil Jaleel argues that the October 26 order repealing and amending… Read More

6 months ago

Clean Slate: New “Elected” District Councils Will End Politics in Kashmir — by Muzamil Jaleel

In this opinion piece featured in our Acquaintance section, Muzamil Jaleel provides perspective on a new layer of 'elected' bodies… Read More

6 months ago

The 'Not-So-Secret' Life of My Long Hair – A Personal Account by Shahid Shabeer

Shahid Shabeer shares his experience of roaming around his native Kashmir while styling long hair, a feature that over time… Read More

7 months ago

That Home in Our Heart: An Allegory of a Struggle Against Forgetting in Kashmir — by Muzamil Jaleel

Muzamil Jaleel brings us a long-awaited allegorical account of August 5, 2019, the day Jammu and Kashmir was dismembered and… Read More

9 months ago