Genocide of Kashmiri Pandits
Padma Shri awardee UK MP moves motion to commemorate 31st anniversary of the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits
Conservative MP Bob Blackman tabled a motion in the UK Parliament, commemorating the 31st anniversary of the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley.
Memories of ‘Batta Mohalla’: How the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits continues to haunt the survivors even after three decades
"The genocide of Kashmiri Hindus is a reality that lurks behind our celebrations, marriages, births and deaths."
‘Names of my children were written in Mosques as targets to be killed’: Kashmiri Hindu woman demands apology from Barkha Dutt for justifying genocide
The Kashmiri Pandit woman, a victim of the exodus, stated that the names of her young sons was written in a local Mosque as targets for killing.
93 flats in Muthi, Nagrota, Purkhoo, and Jagti camps made for Kashmiri Hindus illegally occupied, exercise under way to evict them: Read details
Several illegal occupants of apartments in Jammu built for Kashmiri Hindus have been served show-cause notices.
As ‘liberals’ blame Kapil Mishra for the Delhi anti-CAA riots in Delhi, here are 6 times when they blamed ‘Kaafirs’ for Jihad
Usual suspects on Twitter are trying hard to blame ‘Bhagwa terror’ and Kapil Mishra for the violence in Delhi.
It shows no ‘Azadi slogans’ and Shikara proves that the Hindu community has not got Azadi from the traitors within
Movie Shikara is another stab in the hearts of Kashmiri Hindus who after 30 years in exile are still anticipating for justice.
Shikara paints Kashmiri Muslims as ‘secular’ and Kashmiri Hindus as ‘communal’: Divya Razdan in conversation with OpIndia
Kashmiri Hindus have blamed Vidhu Vinod Chopra of watering down the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in Shikara
“Truth has two sides”: Shikara director Vidhu Vinod Chopra dismisses Kashmiri Pandit woman’s criticism of watering down Islamic terror in the movie
Shikara maker Vidhu Vinod Chopra dismisses allegation of not showing Islamic terror, says truth has two sides
Kashmiri Pandit Genocide: Then and now, from Azadi slogans to Hindu hate, the nature of Jihad and its apologists remain unchanged
The 19th of January, 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the genocide and exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from the valley.
Saba Naqvi mirrors Jihadis, insinuates that re-settling Kashmiri Pandits in the valley is a part of the ‘Hinduisation’ project
Shockingly, Saba Naqvi seems to have a problem with Kashmiri Pandits returning to Kashmir, three decades after they were persecuted by Islamic radicals