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Rashneek Kher

Rashneek Kher

The writer is an exiled Kashmiri poet and activist.

By Rashneek Kher

Are we seeing a redux of 1990s militancy in Kashmir?

JNU azadi slogans are only symptoms of a disease that has its origins in the Valley.

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Why India won't remember the day Kashmiri Pandits were left to die

Not one person has been convicted, leave alone punished for the massacre of more than a thousand Hindus of the Valley.

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India's Pakistan Policy is stuck in a revolving door

The Zia doctrine is alive in its letter and spirit.

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Will India never learn from history and punish Pakistan?

Somehow, our leadership too believe that we have 'limited options' when it comes to dealing with Islamabad.

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J&K: There's support for azadi, but backing for idea of India greater

Hurriyat influence today is limited to eight police stations, most in downtown Srinagar.

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The day Kashmiri Pandits lost their homeland

A silent exodus that no one acknowledges.

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So who is Abdul Ghani Bhat, the man who met Mufti?

From burning down temples in the 1980s to now criticising the hypocrisy of hardline separatists, Abdul Gani Bhat has come a long way.

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Kashmiri Pandits need justice, not Rs 40 lakh flats

There is a huge gap between what the problem is and how various governments have perceived the problem to be.

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Yes the BJP made a mark in J&K but was it worth the compromise?

The party's ascendancy in J&K’s political scene is a watershed event.

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J&K polls: Is BJP’s Mission 44 mission impossible?

Even if BJP manages to win two to three seats in Kashmir, they will finally have a foot in the door.

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Haider's convenient half-truths and some inconvenient answers

A story with the first four chapters missing.

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