Karwan e Mohabbat’s journey of solidarity through a wounded India

Karwan e Mohabbat’s journey of solidarity through a wounded India https://www.facebook.com/KarwaneMohabbat/videos/648287198921042/ KARWAN E MOHABBAT·THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019 There is an evil stalking our land, of hate and fear engineered by cynical politics. As lynchings threaten to grow into a national epidemic, minority communities are learning to endure an intense sense of foreboding – a lurking, unnamed, unspoken fear. This is …

Kashmiri Sikhs Thank Muslims For Return Gifts, But Still, Wait For Their Dues In The State

Kashmiri Muslims responded by offering concessional services to Sikhs, after they (Sikhs) facilitated return of students stuck in some regions of North India amid mob attacks and fear psychosis in wake of Pulwama attack. Many in Kashmir are showering praises on the Sikh community after a few organisations came forward in times of distress to help Kashmiri students return home, …

‘Nafrat Se Azadi’: When Hundreds of Artists in Delhi United Against Hate

By Tanya Jha On an unusually cold March morning, dozens of people scurried about the Red Fort grounds, fixing microphones, checking the stages, ensuring that all the art exhibits dotting the sprawling lawn were all good to go. They were preparing for the Delhi edition of ‘Artists Unite’ – a two-day event organised by an artists collective featuring singers, poets, …

How People Across India Stood Against Hatred To Help Kashmiris Who Were Attacked After #Pulwama

India is angry. And why shouldn’t it be? Since the brutal attack on the duty-bound CRPF soldiers in Pulwama in which dozens of the brave jawans were martyred, revenge has become the household emotion. Infuriated and seeking answers, people are out in the streets raising slogans and placards against Pakistan from where terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad is believed to take shelter. …