12 November 2010
“A whole generation of young people who have grown up in a grid of checkpoints, bunkers, army camps and interrogation centers, whose childhood was spent witnessing ‘catch and kill’ operations, whose imaginations are imbued with spies, informers, ‘unidentified gunmen,’ intelligence operatives and rigged elections, has lost its patience as well as its fear.”
The Indian activist and novelist Arundhati Roy sees firsthand ‘Kashmir’s fruits of discord’ .
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