Coinciding with the hijab ban in Karnataka, it appears as though the row in Bangalore may have been a direct repercussion.
‘Axomiya or Bongali?’ What Growing Up Bilingual in Assam Taught Me About Its Fraught Past
Brought up by an Assamese father and a Bengali Hindu mother, for the longest time I didn't know about the cultural fault line dividing these communities.
How Speeding Bus Drivers Sparked a Student Insurrection in Dhaka
Young people raised their voices in the streets and online – but a government crackdown seeks to silence them.
Why Urdu Isn’t Just a ‘Muslim’ Language
Urdu is an inextricable part of our lives and history – it's in our language and inspired some of our finest freedom fighters and writers. So why do we …