Surbhi Gupta

  • TFor a long time, I associated Myanmar only with its military junta, the democracy crusader Aung San Suu Kyi and the Buddhist-majority population. My outlook changed when I read about the Rohingya Muslims, the atrocities faced by them, the attitude of Suu Kyi,and the tag of being the ‘most ...

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  • T“Where do you live in India?” “New Delhi.” “Taj Mahal is there, right? My friend, Mahnoor is better informed about India today than she was a year ago. Our countries are as close as I am with my next-door neighbor, but the citizens view each other as not less than ...

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  • TThe partition of British India, the largest human exodus ever, displaced millions and tragically split families. Post formation, the ghosts of 1947 loom over the psyches of both countries which include 3 wars, a continuous dispute over Kashmir and some gruesome terrorist attacks. With the enmity ...

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