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‘They say it is raining in Kashmir’

Ajoy Bhan

A fire that burnt our home and consumed our lives

‘Now is the time to say Sorry’

We are sorry that we did not talk about it

Shikara: The Struggle Against Forgetting

Thirty years after the forced exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, a feature film brings out the tragedy of a community India did not care for. The apathy persists. Deputy Editor Rahul Pandita, who co-wrote the film Shikara, recounts what it means to be a Kashmiri Pandit

The Abandoned: Why Nobody Wants the Rohingya

A report from the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

Rohingya: The Exodus

The Rohingya fleeing military repression in Myanmar may have found temporary shelter in Bangladesh but the crisis is not over yet, and it is more than humanitarian

Syrian Refugees: Exodus and the Idea of Home

The German question is not about the number of refugees it can take. Zaher’s story says it all

Home Is Elsewhere

A collection of memoirs by Kashmiri Pandits in exile that could do with some historical context

History Lessons from Mr Tharoor

Another absurd retelling of the story of the Kashmiri Pandit exodus from the Valley

Denial Is a Bigger Betrayal

The politics of untruth about the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits

Left with No Choice

A chilling account of the circumstances under which a Kashmiri Pandit family was forced out of the Valley, the terror that foreclosed all hope of returning, and the grim existence of those who sought shelter in a Jammu refugee camp. Excerpts from Rahul Pandita’s latest book, Our Moon Has Blood Clots

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