The Maoist ‘look east’ strategy has dangerous implications 16 May 2013 BY: Rahul Pandita Open Magazine, 1 week ago
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I haven’t been to Kashmir yet. When I was a child, the ‘Paradise on Earth’ was converted in newsprint to ‘Hotbed of Militancy’. Its mythical beauty came to me only through movies, and oldSify, 4 weeks ago When a Kashmiri meets the 'Other' Kashmiri Kashmir Times, 1 week ago Rahul Pandita On Kashmir and its Stories IBN Live, 1 month ago The Imaginarium of 'Doctor' Pandita Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago
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Title: Our Moon has Blood Clots Author: Rahul Pandita Publisher: Random House India Pages: 258 Price: Rs.499 Only one who has undergone pain and witnessed it first hand could have written this moving account of how the Kashmir Valley forced the ...Times of India, 1 month ago Our Moon Has Blood Clots: A revealing story on Kashmir ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago A revealing story on Kashmir IndiaVision, 1 month ago A revealing story on Kashmir (Book Review) Prokerala, 1 month ago
The Maoist plan of revival in an erstwhile bastion now looks bleak 25 April 2013 BY: Rahul PanditaOpen Magazine, 4 weeks ago
The farce of Police Gallantry Award nominations 30 March 2013 BY: Rahul PanditaOpen Magazine, 2 months ago Whats the Idea, Omar? Open Magazine, 2 months ago
Irom Sharmila’s quest for an ordinary life 16 March 2013 BY: Rahul PanditaOpen Magazine, 2 months ago
Victimised for their faith, Hindu refugees from across the border say they do not want to return 27 April 2013 BY: Rahul PanditaOpen Magazine, 1 month ago
Taj Hassan’s largely unnoticed novel recreates the complexities of life in Maoist-strong zones 2 March 2013 BY: Rahul PanditaOpen Magazine, 2 months ago
On the afternoon of 1st April, a pleasant breeze swirled across Jammu city and since I was in the Jammu university campus which is full of mediocre elevated trees, the effect felt just a bit more soothing. I was there in order to attend the book ...Kashmir Times, 1 month ago
Courtesy of Rahul Pandita A police poster with photos of wanted Maoist leaders outside Birpur, Andhra Pradesh, the native place of Maoist leader Ganapathi, April 2010. On April 16, Maoist rebels, operating in the dense forests of central and eastern ...New York Times, 1 week ago India Ink: In Andhra, Maoist Rebels Pin Hopes on Memories of the Dead New York Times, 1 week ago
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