Kashmir’s Half-Widows Struggle for Fuller Life

The wives of men who have disappeared in India’s Kashmir conflict gather each month holding photos of their husbands in a protest. The “half-widows” are unable to collect pensions or remarry without official word that their husbands are dead.

In Kashmir, Women Police Streets Taliban-Style

Five years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, a group called the Daughters of Islamic Community shows the veiled and thriving face of Islamic fundamentalism in the disputed region of Indian-administered Kashmir.