Syed Ali Shah Geelani: A Legacy of Unyielding Commitment to Kashmir’s Freedom Struggle

Syed Ali Shah Geelani, a revered leader in the Kashmir resistance movement, was born in Zurimanz Bandipora, north of Kashmir.


Article 370: Genesis, Abrogation, & Its Ramifications For IIOJK

On August 5, 2019, India revoked the semiautonomous status of the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir thereby downgrading the erstwhile…

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LFK Bi-Annual Review on Human Rights Situation in IOJK, Jan-June 2023

Download report The first six months of 2023 January-June saw a new trend of state repression and counterinsurgency operations in the…


Legal Memorandum Submitted by LFK to G-20 Member States

Download Legal Memorandum by LFK Legal Memorandum To: G20 member countries From: Legal Forum for Kashmir (LFK) – an indigenous lawyers’ forum…


Shaheed Ashraf Sehrai – The Man of the Book!

Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai achieved martyrdom on May 05, 2021 after Indian state murdered him under custody in Jammu part of…


The Façade of G20 in Jammu and Kashmir

India’s recent decision to host a G20 meeting in the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir has sparked controversy and…


Lal-Chowk Arson: April 1993 Mayhem by Indian BSF

The Institute of Kashmir Studies (IKS) conducted a detailed study on the Lal-Chowk Arson, immediately after its incidence.


India’s bid to disentitle Pakistan from the Indus Waters Treaty

For the first time, India has sent a notice to Pakistan asking for a review and revision of the Indus…

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Language and Occupation: A study of implications of recent language policy in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir

In the occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir, Indian colonial authority operates as a laboratory for state experimentation, whereby lawfare,…