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By IndiaSpend|4 days ago
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By Rajyasree Sen|5 days ago
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How Jammu and Kashmir came to be part of the Indian Union and the irrevocable nature of that move, no matter how many millions march in protest.
On how it’s impossible to talk of reconciliation till Kashmiri Hindus are assured of justice.
In Kashmir, temples and shrines lie forgotten and desecrated. Why does the state do nothing to preserve them?
Does a new government hold out new hope for Kashmiri Pandits?
Why September 14 is not just another day for Kashmiri Hindus.
Who will protect the temples and shrines of Kashmir from destruction and vandalism?
Murdered, raped, forced into exile. The forgotten Kashmiri Pandit women have suffered the loss of home and homeland.
Who will protect the symbols of democracy, especially the Panches, in Jammu and Kashmir?
The interlocutors’ report solves nothing, and addresses none of the pressing issues of the people of the valley.
Has anything changed for the Kashmiri pandits in the last 22 years?