Published Articles

Austrian academic wrongly accused of ‘terrorism’ links speaks out
Hyphen / March, 2023

The dangers of the blood plasma industry’s over-reliance on paid for “donations”
The British Medical Journal / February, 2023

‘All you can eat, pay as you wish’: buffet restaurant that trusts its customers to decide what a meal is worth still going strong after 17 years
South China Morning Post / October, 2022

Kashmir’s Weavers Are Fighting for Survival
Hyperallergic / October, 2022

This Kashmiri mathematics teacher built a solar-powered car in his backyard
Conde Nast Traveller / July, 2022

Meet the only man still distilling rose water by hand in Kashmir’s capital Srinagar
i news / July, 2022

‘We want dignity’: the vanishing craft of Kashmir’s papier-mache artists
The Guardian / OCTOBER, 2021

Afghan voices from India: How refugees in New Delhi are coping with the arrival of the taliban
the new arab / AUGUST, 2021

Afghan refugees in India and Indonesia speak out: ‘am I a human or not?’
[Reporting from Indonesia by Aisyah Llewellyn]
south china morning post / AUGUST, 2021

When author V.S. Naipaul stayed on Kashmir’s Dal Lake, and the unfortunate fate of his beloved Hotel Leeward
south china morning post / AUGUST, 2021

Blood Brother: the Kashmiri Man who is India's biggest donor
The Guardian / JUNE, 2021

India’s forgotten lepers have been quarantined all their lives
south china morning post / MAY, 2021

How My Uncle Became One of Modi’s Coronavirus Victims
Foreign Policy / MAY, 2021

Meagre wages for Kashmiri Pashmina artisans, rise of machines push ancient handicraft to edge of extinction
First Post / MAY, 2021

The Ramadan Drummers of Kashmir
National Geographic Traveller India / MAY, 2021

“Stratified and Fragmented”​ | Teaching and Learning in a Pandemic
thedriftmag / OCTOBER, 2020

The mystic bone-setter of Srinagar
livemint / September, 2020

Kashmir: A Year Under Lockdown
versobooks / August 2020

Unjustly jailed in India, Mohammed Ali Bhat’s ordeal highlights plight of Kashmiris
south china morning post / August 2020

Your ‘handmade’ pashmina shawl could be made by machine – one that is costing artisans their livelihoods
south china morning post / July 2020

Earth Alienation - Hannah Arendt on Outer Space
przekroj / July 2020

I’m living through the longest internet shutdown in history – here’s what life’s like for Kashmiris like me
independent / January 2020

Indian sex worker in GB Road, New Delhi’s main red light district, tells her story of pain and loss | pdf
south china morning post / December 2019

I left my family in Kashmir 24 days ago and I still have no idea whether they’re dead or alive
independent / September 2019

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