J&K: A Counter Narrative – Brig Anil Gupta

In my previous article “Battle of Perceptions: difference correct wordings can make,” I had emphasised the need of winning the battle of perceptions in J&K. Building an appropriate counter-narrative to the mischievous  and false narrative spread by the power brokers of Kashmir is essential to view the entire issue in its correct perspective. Generally, the…

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Lives Lost in A Crazed Land – Sunita Ticku

Some memories can’t find a way to fade from the screen of your past especially if they are associated with the cause of annihilation of your ethnicity. This world talks about post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) everyday, everywhere yet we the people of India don’t ever talk about the trauma that a whole segment of…

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Escape From Death – Monika Razdan

My soul often tremble’s when I recall the horror of our escape on a cold winter day of November 1990 when I was seven years old. The memories of that day are still afresh in my mind which keep haunting me during my sleep. When most of the Kashmiri Pandits had left valley, we were among the…

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