Gurmehar Kaur
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The author is an Indian student activist and the ambassador for Postcards for Peace, a charitable organization that works towards eliminating discrimination.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Why India must talk with Pakistan

Delhi was wrong to reject Imran Khan’s peace dialogue offer.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Quantico is not the problem. The reality of 'Hindu terrorism' is

Outraged groups forcing Priyanka Chopra to apologise for showing ‘Hindu terrorism’ in her American show evade the truth. Saffron terror is real and has taken real lives. Why are we not outraged about that?

ART & CULTURE

 |   5-minute read

The success of Raazi, 'The End' of ultra-nationalism

The Alia Bhatt-starrer is a beautifully subtle take on what you win, and lose, in war. It shows you patriotism isn't chest-thumping. It's about having a heart.

ART & CULTURE

 |   15-minute read

Gurmehar Kaur on what actually happened that February at Ramjas College

[Book excerpt] I want no one to go through what I went through, what my family went through.

VOICES

 |   3-minute read

I am my father's daughter, not your 'martyr’s daughter'

I don’t want war because I know its price; it’s very expensive... I know better because I’ve paid it everyday, writes Gurmehar Kaur in her blog.