Kashmiri Pandits

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Kashmiri Pandits seek ban on film Haider for misrepresenting ancient temple

Taking exception to the alleged misrepresentation of ancient Sun Temple in Kashmir in Vishal Bharadwaj’s movie ‘Haider’, a committee of displaced Kashmiri Pandits has sought a ban on the film.


BJP’s Valley hopes hinge on boycott and Kashmiri Pandits

For the past three months, party leaders have formed special teams to motivate Kashmiri Pandits to vote in good numbers.


Modi vows to work for Kashmiri Pandits, victims of terror

Modi said his government will ensure this 20 % population contributes in changing destiny of the state.


Jammu and Kashmir seeks Rs 6,000 cr for rehab of Pandits

The state Cabinet met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday evening to discuss the issue.


Geelani against ‘separate cities’ for Kashmiri Pandits

The Hurriyat chairman said his separatist amalgam would soon start consultations with other separatists to build a “national consensus” over the issue.


Policy measures for Kashmiri Pandits’ return in next few days: Arun Jaitley

Jaitley said the Centre will make special efforts for development of Jammu and Kashmir and extend all required assistance to the state.


Arun Jaitley to visit J-K to review security situation

Defence Minister Arun Jaitely to visit Jammu and Kashmir. To be briefed about borders with China and Pakistan.


Priyanka Gandhi visits Kashmir, prays at shrine

Priyanka stayed at the temple for nearly two hours and offered prayers at the shrine which is revered by Kashmiri Pandits.


Return of Pandits to Kashmir, illegal immigrants on MHA list for Modi

The ministry stressed on the need to expedite reforms of police forces and strengthening of paramilitary forces from ‘teeth to tail’.


Will give up J-K residency rights if Minority Act diluted: Sikh group

“APSCC will oppose the inclusion of any group as a minority community, merely for vote-bank politics.”


Fifth column: Remember Kashmiri Pandits?

More than two decades later, hundreds of thousands of Kashmiri Pandits continue to be unable to go home.

Omar challenges Modi to debate on Article 370 ‘anytime,anywhere’

“Even if they want to hold the debate in Ahmedabad,we are ready for the debate anytime,” Omar said

To Our Heart’s Content

First-time filmmakers find international fests the apt venue to premiere their local stories,finds out Debesh Banerjee

Those in power did nothing to prevent exodus,say Kashmiri Pandits

The craving is intense,but memories of the distant past haunt them. They long to go back to what they call ‘home’,but do not want their children to witness what they did.