In the New York Times, a graphic report of the state of journalists and journalism in Kashmir, following the communications blackout in the Valley.
The paper tracks the life of Raja Mohi-ud-din, the editor of a Kashmiri newspaper, who wakes up at 2 am, carries the news for the next day’s issue on a pen drive, operates the presses, and then sits selling them.
We don’t know what’s happening out there,” said Faisel Yaseen, a political editor at the Rising Kashmir newspaper, which puts out about 1,000 copies a day.
“We are living in a dark room where access to accurate information comes from a hole, which is very small.”
Read the article: How Kashmir is printing dailies