In the run-up to the anniversary of the Kashmiri Pandit Exodus in January, there is a case to give voice to those who lost theirs, in the amplified din of power or politics.
As we landed at the Srinagar airport, we stopped for a few seconds to inhale hard. We were coming back to Kashmir after 14 years.
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.
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'.
Armchair war-mongers, opportunist nationalists, seditionists — India must win several mini-battles to win the final war.
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.
New Delhi could be offering citizen’s data on a platter to powerful American companies.