Inside the stone-pelter's Srinagar
Kashmir by Shivam VijDec 09, 2011
seen stone pelting on a massive scale in the past three years. Hundreds,
including teenagers have hit the streets, especially in Downtown—the
old, heritage area that tourists seldom see—and hurled stones at the security
forces. Roads, markets, bridges, buildings, and graveyards have acquired new
histories, and become new markers of the ‘resistance’. A journey inside
the separatist’s Srinagar.
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is an independent journalist based in Delhi.
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