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Oct 29, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the Lockdown: Sana Iltija dismisses claim that Article 370 hindered progress in Kashmir as 'propaganda'Iltija responded to questions on various issues, ranging from the appointment of Girish Chandra Murmu as the first Lieutenant Governor of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, to the allegations that regional leaders were responsible for the current predicament of Kashmir
Oct 27, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Kashmiri students unable to prep for board exams suffering from stress due to restrictions; experts say kids 'worst affected'It has been 84 days since the 5 August decision of the Centre to revoke Article 370 and Article 35 A in Jammu and Kashmir. On 31 October, the state of Jammu and Kashmir will officially cease to exist.
Oct 23, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Kashmiri detainees made to sign bonds prohibiting them from speaking on Article 370; expert calls move an act to silence dissentWednesday marked the 80th day of the communication blockade in Jammu and Kashmir, and while postpaid mobile services have been restored, internet and prepaid services are still non-functional in the restive region.
Oct 22, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Over two months on, public transport remains off roads; people still lack access to vital servicesOne of the biggest reasons that normalcy still evades Kashmir is because public transportation remains completely off the roads
Oct 21, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Kashmiri diaspora weighs in on Centre's 'preventive measures' as blockade enters 78th dayThe Centre-imposed restriction on communications and public movement in Jammu and Kashmir entered the 78th day on Monday. While postpaid mobile services have been restored, internet and prepaid mobile services are still down.
Oct 20, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Ladakh's Buddhists disappointed about lack of legislature under UT status, say Centre's move 'won't help much'The demand to be designated as a separate Union Territory has been made by the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh since the 1940s.
Oct 19, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Kargil decries unfair treatment, 'bias' as govt decides to shift Ladakh's administrative unit to LehAs per this order, the headquarters of the Ladakh Affairs Department has been shifted from Kargil to Leh district
Oct 18, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Violence against non-locals mars apple trade in Kashmir as transporters, traders fear for their livesThese killings have sent shockwaves across Kashmir; markets have shut down and transporters and traders alike, fear for their lives
Oct 17, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the Lockdown: What about the Gujjar-Bakarwal tribes of Jammu and Kashmir?The state of Jammu and Kashmir, now in its last two weeks, is home to a diverse set of people. The Gujjar and Bakarwal communities are the muslim nomadic tribes of this state, who have been waging their own battle over the decades since independence.
Oct 16, 2019
Podcast; Voices from the lockdown: Kashmiri women bore maximum brunt of State's clampdown on state, says local journalistRehbar narrates how women are in despair and are left to fend for themselves because their family members are under arrest. Besides, the Valley being a strife-torn region, there are many families that constitute only women.