September 19, 2016

“As in many parts of the world, when underlying causes of conflict have not been addressed, there is no ‘post’ war harmony. Simmering discontent and bitterness in an uneasy ‘peace’ is most-often sought to be suppressed by aggressive troop deployment and repressive colonial laws … This everyday nature of occupation defines the rhythm of life in these margins.” The Caravan carries an excerpt from Garrisoned Minds, edited by Laxmi Murthy and Mitu Verma.

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