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Kashmiri Pandits

‘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

Home Is Elsewhere

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

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

India This Week

Kashmiri Pandits Threatened, Warn of Fresh Exodus; Destination BJP for Defectors; Coping with Copenhagen; and How to Harass a Man Who Volunteers Info

India This Week

Politicians nearing retirement; Gang wars in Byculla; Trouble for Amar Singh; India yields on carbon emissions; Risky homecoming for Kashmiri Pandits

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