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Rajni Shaleen Chopra

Rajni Shaleen Chopra

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The writer is co-organiser of Kashmir Literary Fest, Pahalgam Media Summit, Jammu Literary Fest; is political columnist for Rising Kashmir, a leading Kashmir daily.

By Rajni Shaleen Chopra

Calls for azadi can dangerously tilt Kashmir towards barbadi

No hope for normalcy as state dances to delusional narrative of freedom.

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Gunda-gardi under the garb of gau raksha

The Dalit fury in Gujarat against terror unleashed by the cow mafia is a creation of skewed saffron policy.

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Let's find the reasons for life, not death, in Kashmir

Can the conflict be resolved by the man with a 56-inch chest who has single-handedly transformed India’s global image?

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We have to build bridges between Kashmir and mainland India

Violence on any side cannot be the answer.

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Kashmiri Muslims are caught between power elites and a heartless state

Separatists like Mirwaiz Umar Farooq have ensured their own families don't get affected.

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Burhan Wani's killing has fuelled anti-Hindu sentiment in Kashmir

The youth promising to walk down Burhan's path are vital fuel for a grotesque, vicious insurgency machine.

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How media made a legend out of Burhan Wani

When an ordinary village lad who smartly used social media is made a hero, it is not surprising that youth will try to emulate him.

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Mehbooba Mufti 2.0 can pave Jammu and Kashmir's road to salvation

From being a 'soft separatist' herself to taking that camp head on, the gritty CM of J&K is playing a new power game.

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Opposition to Abhinav Yatra shows ignorance of young Kashmiri Muslims

Even Kashmiri resistance leadership has never opposed traditional religious yatra or festivity of Kashmiri Pandits.

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India is seeing a new Kashmir today

The evident truth today is that militancy has failed in the Valley.

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Outrage over Tanmay Bhat video just shows Indians are constipated

If we were in the India of yore, nobody would have gone red in the face as a fat comic spoofed two icons.

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