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Tag: kapil mishra
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.
Bearing Witness to My Country’s Genocide
'My home doesn't feel like my home anymore'.
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 …
‘Danga Nahi Sahenge’: DU Students Boycott Classes to Oppose Communal Violence
Students marched around the north campus raising slogans against the politics of hate and inefficiency of the government.
Old Wounds Reopened: Will the Real India Please Stand Up?
A former Muslim resident of Delhi talks about the legacies of violence.
How Hate Spread Its Wings in Delhi: Why February 25 Will Haunt Me Forever
I witnessed the consequences of hatred; how hatred can overpower love between two religions.
Don’t Mind Your Language
A poem on why we must insist on saying unspeakable things.
Racism and COVID-19: Remembering ‘Guns, Germs and Steel’
Instead of a blame-game and finger-pointing, this should be a time to dig our heels in and put our heads together – as virtually as possible – to emerge out of …