Blood, Censored: When Kashmiris Become The ‘Enemy’

31 October 2018

Dinesh Mohan, Harsh Mander, Navsharan Singh, Pamela Philipose and Tapan Bose

The authors of this book travelled across the Kashmir valley in the winter of 2016 in a spirit of solidarity with the people of the region. The result is a disturbing account of children blinded by pellet guns, a government in a bitter state of undeclared war with its own civilian population, the rage of stone-pelting youth and the hubris of military generals. The authors attempt a concise history of the conflict in the valley and makes a strong plea for humanity, fairness and justice.

Yoda Press, 134 pages, Rs 295


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