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    Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was an Indian independence activist, and subsequently, the first Prime Minister of India and a central figure in Indian politics before and after independence.

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    'Shikara' a tribute to Pandit community: Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra
    Entertainment

    'Shikara' a tribute to Pandit community: Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra

    Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra on Wednesday orgsed a special screening of his upcoming film 'Shikara' based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir valley.

    Makers release second trailer of 'Shikara'
    Entertainment

    Makers release second trailer of 'Shikara'

    Makers of the upcoming historical-drama-- Shikara -- on Monday released the second trailer, which reflects the alarming conditions of 1989 when Kashmiri Pandits had to leave the Valley.

    Framing the Pandit exodus
    National

    Framing the Pandit exodus

    "For 70 years we had Article 370 in Kashmir. What good came out of it? Only a reign of terror? It has been only a few months that it has been abolished. Let's wait and watch. I am hopeful that something will happen," said filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra.

    CAA spurs global Kashmiri Pandits to stand up for rights
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    CAA spurs global Kashmiri Pandits to stand up for rights

    The anti-CAA protests have inspired Kashmiri Hindus, who are victims of Islamic extremism, to demand their rights on their homeland in the Kashmir valley. For the first time in 30 years, members of the global Kashmiri Hindu community, known as Kashmiri Pandits, rose as one on January 19, to remind the world of the atrocities they have suffered.

    Netizens change DPs on 30 yrs of Kashmiri Pandit exodus
    National

    Netizens change DPs on 30 yrs of Kashmiri Pandit exodus

    Netizens on Sunday changed their display pictures (DPs) to mark the 30th anniversary of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the valley.

    Three decades on, exodus still haunts Kashmiri Pandits
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    Three decades on, exodus still haunts Kashmiri Pandits

    Exactly 30 years ago on January 19, 1990, the Kashmiri Pandits were forced to flee their homeland, the Kashmir Valley, as a result of being targeted by Islamic jihadis.

    Of melody and malaise in the world
    National

    Of melody and malaise in the world

    Just back from touring the US with his sons, Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, who performed at a synagogue, a church, besides delivering a lecture at a university there says that violence seeping in every society in the world is what disturbs him the most.

    'Mutual interactions to alleviate fears in Kashmir'
    National

    'Mutual interactions to alleviate fears in Kashmir'

    A group of professionals and students from different communities of Kashmir issued a statement in New Delhi on Monday that mutual interactions between communities could be the way forward for alleviating fears that have enveloped the valley following withdrawal of special status to the state.

    Maha Polls: Relatives rip each other's throats for power
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    Maha Polls: Relatives rip each other's throats for power

    Several prominent candidates contesting in Maharashtra may be blood relatives or hail from the same clan, but divergent political views and more importantly personal ambitions have catapulted them in positions of confrontation in many constituencies for the October 21 elections.

    Ultimately India, Pakistan have to find solution: J&K Plebiscite Front leader
    International

    Ultimately India, Pakistan have to find solution: J&K Plebiscite Front leader

    A leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Plebiscite Front (JKPF) has said that because of the indifference of the world powers to the Kashmir issue, it will ultimately be up to India and Pakistan to find a solution that gives the people of the region a voice.

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