India is experimenting after 2014 with the same things that Pakistan tried and failed with in its opening decades.
Fractured Times Are Never Beyond Repair
Given Pathaan’s obvious success, isn’t it a good time to ask ourselves just how much we want our minds to be governed by the politics of an anti-Muslim, anti-minority …
BBC Documentary’s New Episode Claims Modi ‘Hugely Divisive’, ‘His New India’ in ‘Religious Turmoil’
The second episode looks at the BJP government’s relationship with the rise in lynchings, reading down of Article 370, CAA and communal violence in Delhi.
‘People Think No Woman Could Wear a Hijab Out of Choice’: Stories of Everyday Discrimination
"There was a really well-known professor who stood and made fun of me in front of others. He said how can you dream of doing a PhD in marketing …
Gujarat: Muslim Students, Parents Struggle With Cancellation of Pre-Matric Scholarship, MANF
Educators and recipients of these scholarships believe this decision will enable further marginalisation of minority communities.
Constant Screening for Enemies Within Undermines Indians as Citizens
The spectre of terrorism and national security is being frequently raised to disenfranchise certain people.
In a Young Muslim Man’s Courage, a Lesson for Us All
It is not surprising that the Manipal Institute of Technology student's classmates kept silent as he stood up to his bigoted teacher. That is the nature of our nation …
Shraddha Walkar and Beyond: How Media Coverage Is Shaping Perceptions
In most cases of sexual violence, big media highlights the accused’s name only when he happens to be Muslim.
Countering Bigotry in the Indian Classroom
Young people (teenagers, especially) are open to reason and there is a very good chance they will listen to facts if we will but dialogue with them calmly, objectively, …
A Nation Gone Berserk
Written in response to a general decline of civil rights in India in the name of abstract ideologies and the vicious cycle of justifying one act of excess by …