Muheet Ul Islam is a freelance journalist and a filmmaker based in Indian administered Kashmir. He holds master's degree in Convergent Journalism from Central University of Kashmir. His works have appeared in several local, national and international media outlets including TRT World DW and VoA.
From heavy rains and flash floods earlier this year to a heat wave in September that saw temperatures in the Kashmir hit peaks not seen in more than a century, the impact of the extremes of climate change are surfacing, sometimes in unexpected place.
Kashmiri soldiers in the Indian army face risks on the job and also when they travel home to India-controlled Kashmir. There, they face an ongoing insurgency and attacks by anti-India militants.
On five-day visit to Kashmir, trio meet with a range of local political figures, including two former chief ministers
Decision over 'resistance literature' sparks debate regarding importance of freedom of expression and cultural representation in Indian-administered Kashmir.
A small Christian community on the Indian side of Kashmir celebrated Christmas with fervor. Despite being a minority religion, the community has helped shape education, health and sports sectors in the disputed Muslim-majority region.
From childhood to adult life, little people of the disputed region live to bear insults and inhuman treatment.
Are “part-time terrorists” on the rise, or is the term used to evade accountability for police abuses?
The Babri Mosque ruling galvanized a new wave of legal attacks, with Hindu nationalist groups claiming hundreds of mosques built by Muslims emperors centuries ago were temples in ancient India.
Kashmir forests host several types of wildlife including leopards, bears and wild boars. Humans and animals rarely used to cross each other's paths but in the past two decades, experts say the "frequency of interactions" between the two has incred.
Killings of minority Hindus known as Pandits have resumed in Indian-administered Kashmir after a gap of 16 years, raising concerns about the safety of the minority group.
Rap music in the conflict-torn region remained confined to men for almost a decade. However, in the last couple of years, at least a dozen female MCs have come forward to narrate their stories through the genre that is enormously popular throughout Europe
For New Delhi, Bhat is the instigator in chief who can galvanise anti-India dissent in Kashmir. The 50-year-old incarcerated separatist leader was recently named as Syed Ali Geelani's successor.
The Indian government's revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's autonomous status has led to a string of assassinations of BJP workers in India-administered Kashmir.
As attacks against India's Muslim community escalate, a popular genre of Hindu supremacist songs have provided a new soundtrack to the nation's religious violence.
In 2022 well-known hoteliers in Indian side of Kashmir claimed to have created the world's largest igloo cafe.
For the first time in three years, a 40-day-long pilgrimage is being held in Indian controlled Kashmir. India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Secretary Apurva Chand says the Amarnath pilgrimage is expected to be the biggest in the history of Ja
Merchants in Indian-administered Kashmir say police broke locks to end a shutdown protesting the loss of the region's limited autonomy in August 2019.
Koshur Nizam — a hip-hop collective — is reviving "Conscious" hip-hop music in Indian-administered Kashmir. The genre made its way in the disputed territory following an anti-Indian government uprising in 2010.
While the conflict-torn region is used to lockdowns, India's ban on high-speed internet is hindering Kashmir's ability to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.
The life of Kashmir’s pellet-gun victims is littered with rejection and disappointment, none more than in their quest to marry. Of more than 1,000 injured in the mass blindings that followed the unrest of 2016, only a handful have found partners
Ever since the Indian government enforced a lockdown in Kashmir following the outbreak of COVID-19, violence has surged in the area. Figures provided by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society, an umbrella organization of human rights groups, reveal m