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Chatter after Pulwama: War mongering becomes easy when you know others' lives are on line, not yours

In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, war mongering is easy when you know other people's lives are on the line.

Fake Warriors

In a video posted on Facebook, a comedian described the social media outpouring (mostly in the form of unhinged demands for revenge) after the death of over 40 soldiers in a terrorist attack

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