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Merely because the act is horrific…

Humra Quraishi recalls the horrors of the 2002 riots in Gujarat in wake of the release of the convicted rapists and murderers ...

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MYTHWOMAN

Move over Amish. With the innovatively titled ‘Sati Series’, Koral Dasgupta is providing a much-welcome lens through which to look ...

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Who killed Ehsan Jafri?

Humra Quraishi recalls her memory of the Gujarat riots 2002, and asks how it can be said the survivors demanding justice are p...

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The Religion, Caste & Poverty Discussion

In continuation of what she’s written earlier, Humra Quraishi is focusing on the young in context to the horrific commun...

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A Laudable Effort Undone by Static Telling

8/12 Binay Badal Dinesh Review by Shantanu Ray Chaudhury.

It remains one of the most dari...

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Winds of Change in Uttar Pradesh

Subhashini Ali analyses the political scenario in Uttar Pradesh, soon going to elections, and finds that the winds of change seem imminent.

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Of Human Shields and Human Rights

In light of recent events in Srinagar’s Hyderpora in Kashmir, where it is alleged that civilians were used as human shields, Humr...

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The art of Gaganendranath Tagore

At the height of darkness comes the first stirrings of dawn - a renaissance in the arts, literature and social life. It is against this backdro...

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Signs of the time: What Gandhi didn’t want

Humra Quraishi looks at the indiscriminate violence taking place around the country ironically...

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Signs of the time: Silencing the past

Humra Quraishi writes about Jallianwala Bagh, the tragic memories it holds, and the recent renovations made that have snatched...

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