This sanction relations to a 2019 FIR against Rashid registered under Section 153A of the Indian Penal Code.
Once Trafficked as ‘Brides’, Now Excluded: In Bihar’s Araria, a Second Chance Eludes Survivors
Sold to out-of-state grooms who, in turn, sold them to others, the women who have managed to escape suffering have returned home to half lives – facing censure from …
The Chants Which Arose From the Sea
A poem on Dalit rights over the centuries.
Why Struggle Is the Only Hope in the New Year
The real problem is the production of a Hindu mind in India which is supremacist and suffers from a sense of exceptionalism. A supremacist mind is also an insecure …
Chennai the Top Big Indian City for Women, South Fares Better Than North: Report
In terms of state averages, Kerala emerged on top.
A Battle Against Forgetting: Recording the Sordid Saga of Kashmir Since August 2019
Anuradha Bhasin’s new book, 'A Dismantled State: The Untold Story of Kashmir After Article 370', goes deep into the saga of a people betrayed and promises broken.
Hindu Right Activists Vandalise Ahmedabad Mall Over ‘Pathaan’ Posters
Five members of the mob were detained by the police and then later released.
What’s a ‘Corrected’ Version of Indian History?
The Indian Council of Historical Research circulated a concept note, which, in its endeavour to present the ancient Indian political systems in a good light, draws a false equivalence …
Interview: How to Make a Film About a Polarised, Conflict-Ridden Society
"The world is used to seeing Palestinians as numbers and it’s time to start seeing them as humans," said Darin Sallam, the director of 'Farha'.
How a Bengali Book Series Is Attempting to Make Partition History ‘Real’ for Children
The collection of three books, 'Deshbhag', 'Desher Manush', 'Desher Bhasha', traces the history of the Partition – focusing on its effects in Bengal, its impact on the common people, …