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The Ill Fruits of Demographic Engineering in Kashmir

The Ill Fruits of Demographic Engineering in Kashmir

A hilly, snowcapped terrain leads to the village, which has witnessed one of the harshest winters in the Kashmir Valley in decades. The Forest Department managed to cut the trees before anyone could protest, as people had been braving subzero temperatures inside their homes.

India’s COVID Nightmare

India’s COVID Nightmare

The pandemic’s second wave in India was merciless. In the first week of May, 2.7 million people were infected and 26,000 died. India’s metropolises became open memorials of death and anguish, the suffering belying cracks in the invincible and messianic image of Modi, who became diminished in his darkest hour.

The Onion Bomb and Hindu Nationalism

The Onion Bomb and Hindu Nationalism

India's prime minister Modi once said he would bring development and unity to his country, eradicate poverty, and end corruption. But the issues he once campaigned on could lead to his own undoing.

Rohit Inani