The poem revolves around the fear of speaking the truth out loud in a polarised country.
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Book Review: Soli Sorabjee and His Illustrious Career
'It is not a conventional biography as Chandrachud gives readers an insight into the key political and legal events that shaped Sorabjee’s life.'
Poem: Requiem for Justice, With Apologies to Poetry
Here’s a winning formula / To make the Rashtra stronger: / Lengthen the long arm of the law, / And let its nose be longer.
A Sad State of Affairs
'This land which freed us from the colonisers is yet again trapped under the boots of a state that has failed our constitution.'
Is India Really a Democracy? The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing in the Wind: Nayantara Sahgal
The author's lament about the attacks on individual rights and freedoms in present-day India.
An Ode to Safoora Zargar’s Child
'You talk of rebellion, I breathe rebellion.'