Author: Tito Ganju

Sacrificing Truth at the Altar of Nationhood: The Kashmiri Pandit Genocide and Political Realities”

In the annals of history, the tale of the Kashmiri Pandit community stands as a poignant reminder of the complexities that govern the human experience. The haunting words of Ajay Khosa encapsulate a sentiment shared by many – the dichotomy between acknowledging a painful truth and choosing to sacrifice it […]

Panun Kashmir: A Resilient Beacon of Identity Amidst the Shadows of Genocide

The convergence of Genocide and Identity Erosion unfurls a complex tapestry where the term “Genocide,” a chilling semantic vessel, encapsulates the orchestrated horrors exacted upon the Kashmiri Pandit community. This classification signifies a meticulously orchestrated campaign of violence that transcends mere sporadic acts, instead bespeaking a premeditated, systematized nature. The […]

Transitioning from Community Representatives to Social Representation: Unintended Psychological Consequences Amidst Genocide’s Aftermath

The metamorphosis of organizations initially tasked with representing a victimized community into advocates for broader social issues carries intricate psychological implications, particularly within the context of a genocide. This transition inadvertently distorts the trajectory of psychological healing and justice-seeking for victims. By analyzing this shift through the prism of genocide […]

Pakistan Jihadi Factory – How it ruins Kashmir; 12 year old Zaibibullah turns to Jihadi Lashkar Terrorist  

Nestled in God’s lap, and endowed with mesmerizing and enchanting beauty, the valley of Kashmir is a reflection of what the wise men attribute as “God’s special effort in carving out an irresistible charm, bedecking the glory of this world.”  For centuries, the landscape of Kashmir has romanticized and frolicked […]

Editorial : Multi-craft strategy : requisite for counter terrorism

Abhimanyu was killed by his own cousins ,uncles and elders so were these bravehearts. They were partially trained to face the foe but missed the support required to defeat them. Chakravyooh was laid down for both and the execution was done without any consideration granted to ethics of warfare.But the larger question remains -how many more Abhimanyu’s would be sacrificed?