Twenty-six years after he was forced to leave Kashmir, the author reflects on events that have shaped his life as an exiled writer
One autumn day in 1989, making my way home from school in Srinagar, Kashmir, as I reached Nawa Kadal, the bridge over the river Jhelum, I heard slogans blaring from a loudspeaker: “Set the time in your watches to Pakistan Standard Time." I looked at my watch.
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