There can be no justification for the mass killing of Sikhs in 1984. But the country's collective refusal to hold fast to that memory also has no justification.
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‘Danga Nahi Sahenge’: DU Students Boycott Classes to Oppose Communal Violence
Students marched around the north campus raising slogans against the politics of hate and inefficiency of the government.
Old Wounds Reopened: Will the Real India Please Stand Up?
A former Muslim resident of Delhi talks about the legacies of violence.
How Hate Spread Its Wings in Delhi: Why February 25 Will Haunt Me Forever
I witnessed the consequences of hatred; how hatred can overpower love between two religions.
Don’t Mind Your Language
A poem on why we must insist on saying unspeakable things.