‘Tactic to end solidarity’: How Kashmir Press Club was a ‘second home’, especially for freelancers

With the club’s ‘takeover’ and closure, journalists are mourning the loss of their safe space.

ByRayan Naqash
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‘Tactic to end solidarity’: How Kashmir Press Club was a ‘second home’, especially for freelancers
From left to right, journalists Kaiser Andrabi, Idrees Bukhtiyar, and Peerzada Muzammil.|Gobindh VB
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