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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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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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Nothing is funny in one India

Humra Quraishi remembers what Zakia Jafry had once said to give context to the violence spreading across India today and why t...

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Sign of the times: Bollywood Missing

First things first, where are all the Bollywood stars that have played roles of farmers, writes ...

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No place to hide

Humra  Quraishi writes this short story about a brother, who comes visiting his sister to...

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Minority Report

Khalid Mohamed writes on the ceaseless ghettoization of Muslim characters in B-town’s mainstream movies, and now web ser...

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On Manto’s 108th birth anniversary

“The more I sit thinking of Manto’s genius, I recall  my  meeting his grandnephew Abid Hasan Minto, in  New Delhi&rd...

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An Artist’s Political Awakening: From painting Moods of the Season to reflecting the Human Condition Today

Today, an Indian artist can’t venture into areas where angels fear to tread. Representation of goddesses,...

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AGNIPARIKSHA: An Ordeal Remembered

Orient Blackswan released the English translation of eminent lawyer and Gandhian Read More

An Accidental Martyrdom

In April 2010, I returned home late evening to find a family friend had left urgent messages for me to call back. The next morning, before I could return her call, she was ...

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