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Born in Kashmir. Indic by culture. Occasional writer, avid reader. Love serious cinema, but not TV. Eternal student.
Lockdown musings: The Bloomsbury debacle, the legacy of the Congress party and Narendra Modi’s vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat
We are still far away from safety, and it is not sure when the lockdown and other restrictions would be lifted. Many of the businesses may never reopen.
Lockdown will result in the number of cases looking to be under control, but its repeal will inevitably result in a spike.
Kashmir has seen many pogroms against the Hindus in the past, but these were mostly inspired by bigoted rulers
Narendra Modi, media and the myth of BJP’s ‘hate politics’: Sordid saga of the ‘elite’ who miss Congress’ gravy train deceiving the masses
On the 1st of April, this year about 200 Lutyens’ celebrity writers published an open letter appealing to the people of India to “vote out hate politics, in other words, vote out PM Modi
BBC’s undisguised anti-India bias: From the Leslee Udwin documentary on Nirbhaya to Top Gear and more
The BBC has had numerous run-in with the government and the people in India
“An ‘unemployed’ existence is a worse negation of life than death itself.”