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An author who has written thirty books, six of which centre around Kashmir — You Can’t Kill My Love: A Kashmir Holocaust Love Story, Still Missing…, Kashmir is Free and Kashmir Thinks It’s Free (co-authored with his father Dr. Arun Kumar (IAS) Retd.), the Outsider’s Tales and a non-fiction memoir Unmasking Kashmir/The Outsider’s Curse (co-authored with his mother Sonali Kumar (IAS) Retd.) You can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Even if we accept that Faiz’s poem was in the context of a protest against a Pakistani dictator, why sing it in India against a democratically elected government and a democratically passed law (CAA)?
Dear Harris Sultan, all religions are not equally intolerant: Hindu intolerance and Islamic intolerance are way apart
What’s the difference between a Hindu issuing a death threat and a Muslim doing the same? I’d say the very difference between trolling and murder.
Chetan Bhagat when says, stone-pelting is due to lack of employment, he must observe that they've very categorically said that the stone pelting is NOT for lack of jobs, but for establishing Islamic Caliphate in the state.
Not delimitation, but trifurcation seems to be the solution for Kashmir, splitting the state of Jammu and Kashmir into three states: Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Here is why.
“Modiji ko jitana hai”, said an elderly lady who could barely walk, while going to register her vote
“We cannot solve the poverty problem but we can definitely make the middle-class poorer,” seems to be the Congress motto this time. Enough to scare the middle-class.
An attempt to trigger a debate and discussion. What should be done to make a caste-less society?
A lot has been written about the Kashmir problem since 1947. This article is about exposing those myths based on an interview that I and my co-author gave to a prominent J&K newspaper some time back regarding our book ‘Kashmir is Free’.