On 5 August 2019, with no warning, the Indian government abrogated Article 370 of the constitution, which had earlier given the state of Jammu and Kashmir a degree of political autonomy from the central government. Jammu and Kashmir became a Union Territory, under closer control from New Delhi. The change in political status was accompanied by an increase in the already heavy security presence, as well as curfews and information black-outs. Years later, how has the abrogation of Article 370 changed the ground reality in Kashmir? This webinar explores the impact of the political change on the ground reality for local people, examining changes in the experience of violence, the information landscape, and the daily encounters with the Indian state.