Arvind Munshi


The writer works as a technology head for one of South Asia's biggest media conglomerates, India Today Group.


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When Kashmir, my lost home, welcomed me as a visitor

It was memorable. But it does feel awkward when you are received as a tourist in your homeland.


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How stone-pelting in Kashmir almost killed my father and me

It may have been a pebble but when it was hurled at a lethal speed it cost innocent lives.


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I'm a Kashmiri Pandit, this is how I escaped being killed by security forces

Before the BSF man counted five, I had taken the longest leaps of my life and scaled the wall of home.


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Why I blame socialist Russia for the destruction in Kashmir

Mere mention of Mikhail Gorbachev, perestroika and glasnost causes panic.


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Why I'm haunted by my grandfather's unanswered questions

He told my mother he had received a threat letter from some militants.


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How Kashmir's azadi brigade ensured my answer sheet was never checked

The moment we left the exam hall, we were caught in a battle between students firing on one end and the police firing on the other.