Mehboob Jeelani is a former staff writer at The Caravan. He is currently studying for an MA in journalism at Columbia University.
Hundreds of Kashmiri militants who left home as young men two decades ago have begun to return, middle-aged and disillusioned. What happens to them now?
The suicide of a Dalit student at India’s top medical college reveals an institution bitterly divided over caste and reservations.
Bhand Pather, Kashmir's indigenous theatre that has thrived on pungent social and political satires, in now an endangered tradition
How Arvind Kejriwal, the architect of Anna Hazare's anti-corruption campaign, brought the rage of an indignant nation to the government's door
Eight months after an uprising of stone-pelters, little has been done to improve conditions in Kashmir—and another violent summer looms