A poem written in the wake of the attacks on the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Tag: delhi violence
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.
Roti, Kapda Aur Makaan – Riot, Nafrat Aur Dukaan
I will remember the day my city turned into a crematorium at the hands of goons.
An Unforgettable Cab Ride With Bigotry
After hearing his thoughts on Muslims, I didn't utter a sigh because I feared that he might guess my identity.
Let Me Know If You Need Anything?
How many times have you pretended to be okay when you're crumbling inside?
Battle for India’s Soul: At the Front Lines, Women Bear the Brunt of Age-Old Sexism
From taunts to threats of sexual violence, women are put down in more way than one as they step out to protest the heavy handedness of a government impervious …
Poem | By the Grave
"It won't be long. The noise of a mob, your ears pick from afar."