'Umar Khalid, I envy you / Your freedom.'
I often wonder, how long is this dark tunnel? Is there any light in sight yet? Am I near the end, or am I only midway through? Or has …
Year after year, Delhi sees an influx of numerous Muslim students. And year after year, they struggle to find homes where they feel safe.
"Tomorrow belonged to the man who died without kissing the forehead of his daughter."
Last year, when I visited Northeast Delhi to help riot-hit victims, my Muslim identity had me come face-to-face with looming violence.
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Nobody threatened Bloomsbury or the authors with any action, legal or otherwise. People just created a channel to voice their concerns.
The parents wish that Vanshika grows up in an India which is not driven by hatred.
'Pass me the shovel, I’ve got work to do.'
Riz Ahmed’s short film is a no-frills depiction of the reality we live in.