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Imagine being a child, a teenager, thrown out of the only home you have ever known, persecuted, and left to the mercies of others. Malala Yousafzai's new book We Are Displaced tells us the real stories of such girls.
Muslim kids are being increasingly bullied in today's political climate, and this is worrying their parents. Nazia Erum speaks about it.
After the Pulwama tragedy, there have been calls for revenge from leaders, with not much consideration for what the families of these "martyrs" actually go through, and what they want.
The Pulwana terror attack is to be condemned, but we need to do more than that, to support the families left behind by those who died, and to stop this cycle of violence somehow.
War movies like Uri glorify the dehumanisation of soldiers and their targets, no matter how patriotic we feel about them. Is this what we want to teach our kids?
Being a hands-on dad somehow makes a man re-look his antisocial/ anti-civic behaviour, as this stay at home dad's experience tells him. An interesting proposition.
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