In 2015, a German man asked me if I was a Hindu. In 2022, we are obsessed with who isn't a Hindu.
Tag: delhi riots
Small Town Girls, an Intimate Portrait: ‘A More Sophisticated Language of Stereotyping’
Year after year, Delhi sees an influx of numerous Muslim students. And year after year, they struggle to find homes where they feel safe.
State Anxious to ‘Suppress Dissent’ Says HC, Grants Bail to Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita, Asif Iqbal Tanha
The bail orders in the UAPA cases against Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Iqbal Tanha question the veracity of Delhi Police's accusations.
Voices From Beyond
A fictional story from the age of COVID-19.
‘A Game of Names’: Delhi Riots 2020, One Year On
Last year, when I visited Northeast Delhi to help riot-hit victims, my Muslim identity had me come face-to-face with looming violence.
The Outrage Against the Delhi Riots Book Is Not an Attack on Freedom of Expression
Nobody threatened Bloomsbury or the authors with any action, legal or otherwise. People just created a channel to voice their concerns.
Arrest of Pinjra Tod Activists: Yet Another Diversionary Tactic by the Centre
The active attempt to instil fear and anxiety among minorities and dissenters calls for unprecedented solidarity across all movements.
Student Protests: Rewriting Justice by Turning Fiction Into Fact
The Komal Sharmas are left free but someone like Safoora Zargar, who fought for democracy and love, is behind bars.
Born in the Middle of Delhi Riots
The parents wish that Vanshika grows up in an India which is not driven by hatred.
The Graveyard of Catastrophe
'Pass me the shovel, I’ve got work to do.'