Safina Nabi
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Born and brought up in Kashmir, the author is a freelance writer based in Delhi.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Separate colonies for Pandits is New Delhi's cheap ploy to deepen divide between Kashmiris

Such steps taken by the Indian government for the so-called welfare of Kashmiris are acts of deceit and trickery in the real sense.

POLITICS

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How conflict affects Kashmiri women

Cornered by circumstances beyond their control, we find the victims of violence becoming victimisers themselves.

POLITICS

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Legalising surrogacy is much like legalising paid sex

Is there no other industry where our women earn a decent living without having to go through labour pains?

POLITICS

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Welcome to Kashmir's underbelly of medical crimes against women

The state administration has traditionally struggled to implement any kind of sex education.

POLITICS

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How selfie-smart education is destroying young India

Our learning system is only making the youth more segmented, sluggish and materialistic.

POLITICS

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Why militancy in Kashmir is on the rise

The tendency of New Delhi is to apply force where mediation could work.

POLITICS

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Tears for Paris, only indifference for Syria?

With no solution to the crisis in the Middle Eastern country in sight, the refugee issue is worsening.