Prerna Koul Mishra
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Journalistically:India Today; Generally:Willing student of life's vagary. Emotionally: Kashmir soul's softspot ! Spiritually:Respect religions;follow just Faith

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Because this is about you, not us: A Kashmiri Pandit’s open letter to Muslims in the Valley after Article 370 goes

Even as armchair experts try to position the removal of Article 370 to be majorly about Kashmiri Pandits, this one is for you. For Pandits, it may be too little, too late.

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

With Article 370, I too revoke my hate: For three decades, I suffered as a Kashmiri Pandit woman. That stops today

For years, I went to Kashmir as an outsider, despite being a Kashmiri, the laws of the land having stripped me of my state subject, no govt willing to care. But now, I can finally go 'home'.

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

Pulwama Terror Attack: Fight Pakistan, but fight these internal battles too

Armchair war-mongers, opportunist nationalists, seditionists — India must win several mini-battles to win the final war.

VOICES

 |   3-minute read

Modi ji, please leave my language alone!!!

On his recent visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the PM spoke in Kashmiri. But his attempts have not impressed many speakers of the Koshur tongue.

VARIETY

 |   2-minute read

Maharashtra dairy farmers spilling milk on roads is unacceptable

In a state where children continue to die of malnutrition, farmers should take the milk to orphanages and children’s homes instead of spilling it on the roads.

SCI-TECH

 |   4-minute read

Flipkart-Walmart deal: How India just rolled out the red carpet for digital colonisation

New Delhi could be offering citizen’s data on a platter to powerful American companies.

SCI-TECH

 |   4-minute read

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Is the average Kashmiri Muslim insecure?

It is almost as if the insecurities articulated by Kashmir Pandits three decades ago are playing out all over again.

VARIETY

 |   5-minute read

How Iron Lady Indira Gandhi was let down by the men in her life

'She turned towards brash, power-wielding men rather than towards philosophical-idealists like her father.'

LIFE

 |   3-minute read

Guru Purnima 2017: A teacher is not a trickster

He or she sets the path for you to walk towards your ultimate goal, which is self-awareness.