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The Farmer Protests

3 February 2021 at 13:30
A farmer has no enemies, so they say. But that doesn’t seem to be the case in India of 2021. Here the farmers have been labelled as terrorists, anti-nationals, Khalistani, paid-agents. Anything but a friend. Let’s not get into the politics of all this lest β€œsomeone” comes knocking at my door. But not being unknown… Continue reading The Farmer Protests

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The Farmer Protests

3 February 2021 at 13:30
A farmer has no enemies, so they say. But that doesn’t seem to be the case in India of 2021. Here the farmers have been labelled as terrorists, anti-nationals, Khalistani, paid-agents. Anything but a friend. Let’s not get into the politics of all this lest β€œsomeone” comes knocking at my door. But not being unknownContinue reading "The Farmer Protests"

6 Years and 1000+

1 May 2020 at 16:59
To follow me on twitter, click here. A few days before I completed 6 years of blogging and it has been a journey full of experiences and fun. April 2014 I was just browsing through the internet when I accidentally came along the WordPress website and I knew right there what I was looking for.… Continue reading 6 Years andΒ 1000+

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The Dangerous Rhetoric

5 April 2020 at 11:41
Markandey Katju said once, that 90% of Indians are idiots. Could he be any more right? At the time when I am writing this article, there are people out there on their balconies who think that lighting diyyas & flashing lights will help India get rid of coronavirus. It may be sounded and presented as… Continue reading The Dangerous Rhetoric

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The Dangerous Rhetoric

5 April 2020 at 11:41
Markandey Katju said once, that 90% of Indians are idiots. Could he be any more right? At the time when I am writing this article, there are people out there on their balconies who think that lighting diyyas & flashing lights will help India get rid of coronavirus. It may be sounded and presented as […]

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The Corona Lesson

26 March 2020 at 14:22
Post 5 August (and before that too) we Kashmiris have seen a lot of lockdown in our lives. For our generation it has always been like this. And there is a lockdown going on right now too. And it is nowhere like the curfews and the crackdowns we have seen before. This is nothing as… Continue reading The Corona Lesson

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The Corona Lesson

26 March 2020 at 14:22
Post 5 August (and before that too) we Kashmiris have seen a lot of lockdown in our lives. For our generation it has always been like this. And there is a lockdown going on right now too. And it is nowhere like the curfews and the crackdowns we have seen before. This is nothing as […]

Stay Safe.

14 March 2020 at 07:38
We will get control over it eventually, we better. What it is, how it spreads, the epidemiology and all the technicalities of this dreadly Coronavirus, most of what we have already understood. The scientists are busy in looking for the medications and the vaccines to combat this menace. The Coronavirus is spreading rapidly and as… Continue reading Stay Safe.

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Stay Safe.

14 March 2020 at 07:38
We will get control over it eventually, we better. What it is, how it spreads, the epidemiology and all the technicalities of this dreadly Coronavirus, most of what we have already understood. The scientists are busy in looking for the medications and the vaccines to combat this menace. The Coronavirus is spreading rapidly and as […]

The Orwellian Times

30 January 2020 at 12:08
The Kashmiri is picked out of the crowd and specifically fired upon. Just because he was there to show his dissent for the govt’s policies for which he is totally entitled to. The dissent which is the highest form of patriotism in an ideal world. But here, he is an anti-national, a terrorist, a threat.… Continue reading The Orwellian Times

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The Moves

5 February 2019 at 10:35
To whom this blog may concern. It was the year 2016, winter season probably. We had dinner with a delicious chicken (a rarity in hostels) and few Mountain Dew bottles. It used to be one of the best evenings where we would eat to our stomach full, listen to the songs and tell jokes and […]

The Orwellian Times

30 January 2020 at 12:08
The Kashmiri is picked out of the crowd and specifically fired upon. Just because he was there to show his dissent for the govt’s policies for which he is totally entitled to. The dissent which is the highest form of patriotism in an ideal world. But here, he is an anti-national, a terrorist, a threat. […]

#Kashmir

2 August 2019 at 13:36
My heart won’t believe. It doesn’t want to.But then I knowHow malicious they are. I know the extent they will goJust to satisfy their egoOr maybe see us in agony and pain.I don’t want to believeBut I can’t help but rememberThe dance of death, the rapes and the torturesThe maimings and interrogations.How could I not… Continue reading #Kashmir

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#Kashmir

2 August 2019 at 13:36
My heart won’t believe. It doesn’t want to.But then I knowHow malicious they are. I know the extent they will goJust to satisfy their egoOr maybe see us in agony and pain.I don’t want to believeBut I can’t help but rememberThe dance of death, the rapes and the torturesThe maimings and interrogations.How could I not … Continue reading #Kashmir

Happy Women’s Day

8 March 2019 at 00:07
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The Collateral Damage

28 February 2019 at 12:17
1. India and Pakistan are two nuclear powers. As per one study, the nuclear war between these two countries will lead to death and destruction on an unprecedented scale. Almost 2 billion people will die in the war. And the rest who survive the evil fate will have to go through a nuclear winter which… Continue reading The Collateral Damage

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The Half Condolences

15 February 2019 at 11:44
Heart wrenching. Agonizing. Deplorable. Grievous. Saddening. There are a lot of words to describe the events that took place in Pulwama district of Kashmir yesterday. No matter who it is, the loss of a life is always mournful. Condemnations flowed from every part of the world and rightly so. No state on earth would like… Continue reading The Half Condolences

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The Moves

5 February 2019 at 10:35
To whom this blog may concern. It was the year 2016, winter season probably. We had dinner with a delicious chicken (a rarity in hostels) and few Mountain Dew bottles. It used to be one of the best evenings where we would eat to our stomach full, listen to the songs and tell jokes and… Continue reading The Moves

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a tweet

9 December 2018 at 23:47
To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. Nelson Mandela Β  @hrw @amnesty @UNHumanRights The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.Β Β Β Β Β  John F. Kennedy#Kashmir #HumanRights #Blue4HumanRights #10December #HumanRightsDay pic.twitter.com/aXUGYx5RJe β€” Naiem (@tru_naim) December 9, 2018

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