Anuradha Bhasin is a journalist with three decades of experience in covering Jammu and Kashmir, with special focus on border issues, Kashmir conflict, and human rights. She is Executive Editor, Kashmir Times, the oldest English daily in Jammu and Kashmir and known for its courageous and independent journalism. She shuttles between Jammu and Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir. She has offered fresh perspectives and deeper insights into the different dimensions of the conflict and is among the first to have done in-depth investigation into the impact of landmines on the lives of the people living on the borders and psychological impact of Kashmir conflict.
Anuradha has also accomplished several research projects on media reportage, conflict, human rights, and gender and contributes regularly to several newspapers, magazines, periodicals and anthologies. She is also a peace activist. She was a Commonwealth fellow 2016 and worked on issues of human security during her fellowship. In 2019, she petitioned India’s top court against the communication and media blockade in Kashmir.