A tale of being stuck between pro-CAA WhatsApp University parents and my anti-CAA Assamese boyfriend.
The film is a story of a young boy whose imaginary friend (and buffoonish life coach) is Adolf Hitler.
We have permitted the government to spin cobwebs for us to lay in. Wake up. India is burning.
The film, about a Bihari family stuck in war-time Iraq trying to celebrate their six-year-old’s birthday, is a gem that goes a long way in teaching audiences empathy.
In an interview with students from Jamia, Ayesha Jalal talks about the whys and hows of the misrepresentation of history by the governments of India and Pakistan.
A poem on societal conventions and a lack of empathy.
Do you spot a well designed strategy?