These Scars Don’t Fade, Majid Maqbool, Arre

On World Cartoonists Day India’s political cartoonists on the art of cartooning, The News Minute

Cartoon Guide to the Festivals of India Occupied Kashmir, Raiot Magazine

History of Art in Kashmir, Raiot Magazine

Mufti Mohammad Sayeed – a Cartoon obituary, Raiot Magazine

Here’s How Kashmiri Cartoonists Are Playing With Their Pain, The Wire

Artist Recreates The Iconic ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’ Poster To Make A Case Against Pellet Guns, ScoopWhoop

How Kashmiri Cartoonists Have Documented The Protests & Its Aftermath In The State, ScoopWhoop

Republic Day in Kashmir: Three cartoons and one message, Hindustan Times

Evocative online art exhibition captures Kashmir Valley’s pain, Hindustan Times

‘Each Day…Be Happy…Be Free!’: Notes on Kashmir from a mental health facility,

A mere drop in the sea of what is, Alana Hunt, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (4A)

There’s Nothing Funny About the Violence in Kashmir, Or Is There?, The Quint

Documentary on Kashmir’s art forms and protest culture is sadly well-timed,

With the Valley on curfew after Burhan Wani’s death, Kashmiri artists respond to the uprising, FirstPost

Soz: A Ballad of Maladies: Documentary shows how resistance art flourished in Kashmir, Greater Kashmir

Review: With an eye on conflict, DNA India

Filmmakers Explain Why Art In Kashmir Is Inseparable From Resistance, Youth Ki Awaaz

Matters of colour: Opening a dialogue, Indian Express

This Cartoon By Kashmiri Artist Mir Suhail Was Pulled Down By Facebook Today, ScoopWhoop

Five Reasons Why Afzal Guru Is Seen As A Martyr In Kashmir, ScoopWhoop

‘Facebook Took Away My Right To Free Speech By Deleting Afzal Guru Cartoon’, The Huffington Post India

Facebook strangles cartoon, freedom of expression, Kashmir Reader

Democracy Banned in Kashmir: Newspaper Offices Raided, Internet and Phone Blocked, India Resists

Resistance: Political Cartoons for Kashmir, Mir Suhail, Hysterical Feminisms

Facebook’s censorship, The Hoot

Kashmiri artist accuses Facebook of removing cartoon on Afzal Guru, Business Standard

Kashmiri artist uses Bollywood film poster to highlight pellet gun victims, The Express Tribune

Naya Cashmere Designs, Kashmir Life

Mufti Mohammad Sayeed: In the eyes of media persons, Kashmir Narrator

What the Guns Do Not See: Four artists interpret Kashmir and its struggles on canvas, Indian Express

Kashmiri Cartoonist Back on Facebook After Temporary Block,

Cartoons about Kashmir floods, a compilation, JandK Now

Kashmiri artist recreates ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’ poster to include pellet injuries, Rediff News

Creativity, Politics, and Internet Censorship,

Kashmiri cartoonist faces down Facebook over censorship, Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation

India elections fail to inspire Kashmiris, Al Jazeera

The future of political cartoons, Live Mint

The University of Warwick, Department of Sociology Theories and Methodologies Research Cluster

Facebook deletes cartoon on Afzal Guru, Kashmiri artist reposts it, Newshour India

Kashmiri Cartoonist Mir Suhail Pushes Back Against Facebook Censorship, Cartoonists Rights Network International

Firstpost podcast: Artist hits out at Facebook for deleting Afzal Guru cartoon, says he depicts people’s pain, Firstpost

Facebook removes Kashmiri artist’s cartoon post on Afzal Guru, First Post

Watch: This young cartoonist makes you laugh through the pain of Kashmir to tell his stories,

Mir Suhail’s Profile, The Cherry Tree

“Now I’m Scared Of Posting”: Mir Qadiri After Facebook Removed His Afzal Guru Cartoon, Youth Ki Awaaz

Kashmiri artist says Facebook deleted cartoon on Afzal Guru, Hindustan Times

Art is a means of resistance, says Kashmiri cartoonist breaking the internet, Hindustan Times

A ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’ poster wakes world to pellet blind spot, The Hindu

Facebook Pulls Down Pro-Afzal Guru Cartoon; Twitteratti Angered