"The game is one of Cat and Mouse / Where the cats are all powerful and in control of the House."
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BBC Documentary on Gujarat 2002 Reminds Us That We Are Not Interested in Truth
People in India can fight cases of property matters for 20 years but do not believe in fighting for justice when collective injustice is meted out.
Former Students of Delhi’s Sardar Patel Vidyalaya Oppose Invitation to Amit Shah
"...[T]he politics of the current ruling party is at complete variance with the ideology of Sardar Patel, and therefore goes against the very ethos of what this school and …
Hindi, Local Languages as Medium of Instruction in All Institutions, Recommends Shah-Led Panel
English should be the medium of instruction only where it is absolutely necessary and gradually it should be replaced with Hindi in those institutions, the committee has recommended.
‘Big People Like Modi and Shah Tend To Forget Their Promises. We Are Here To Remind Them.’
Eight months after the farmers vacated their protest sites near Delhi's borders, they returned to the national last Monday to remind the government of its promises.
Teachers’ Pay Parity Row Leads to Demands for Central University Status for Panjab University
Teaching and non-teaching staff, as well as other stakeholders, are divided vis-a-vis the move, however, most agree that the Punjab government should increase the retirement age of teachers and …
A Walk Through Old Delhi: The Fusion of Hindu, Muslim and Jain Cultures
Rana Safvi and Sam Dalrymple explore monuments – including at least 100 Jain and Shaivite temples – that were built during the Mughal period.
Bulldozers of Hate
'How will you shatter the bonds of the heart that we have built?'
Is India Shifting Towards Majoritarianism?
What we see today is a gross violation of rights and denial of privileges, and a nonsensical leaning toward the promotion and advocacy of majoritarian ethos.
Are You Even There?
Reflections on the mishandling of the second wave of COVID-19 by political leaders in India.