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Communalism
North East  /  Published 21.12.20

Stand up for what is right: Bhushan

Lawyer Prashant Bhushan on Sunday appealed to the public to stand up for what is right and against injustice to “reclaim our Republic” which is “experiencing” a crisis like nev...
By Umanand Jaiswal in Guwahati

India  /  Published 12.12.20

Cry against namaz arrest

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By Our Special Correspondent in Lucknow

Opinion  /  Published 08.12.20

There’s a lot in a name

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By Sabir Ahamed in

Opinion  /  Published 23.11.20

Law of hate: The love jihad lie

When a lie has been promoted loudly and frequently enough, it can become material for law. That is the trajectory of the ‘love jihad’ narrative, which claims that men from India&rsquo...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 19.10.20

Poison ivy: India's communal ethic

The communal ethic, just like cancer, can be made to proliferate with ease. It spares none of the organs that constitute the body politic of a republic. New India seems to be a chilling example of suc...
By The Editorial Board in

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Opinion  /  Published 14.09.20

The root of the poison

India has witnessed growing violence against Muslims under the current regime, including mob-lynchings and the recent attempt of exclusion through the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. Much of this is bein...
By Ajay Gudavarthy in

Books  /  Published 03.07.20

Love in the time of hate: The amorous jihad

Long before the term, ‘love jihad’, found traction in the popular imagination, Calcuttans had woken up to a tragedy of unimaginable proportions. In September 2007, a young, enterprisi...
By Sohini Chakraborty in

Culture  /  Published 17.11.18

What we the People did to you the People

We are here. Now. At this time. At this moment. A million years years later, how would they know what happened here? What happened now? What happened to us? What was done to us? What happened to other...
By Sankarshan Thakur in

Odisha  /  Published 13.10.18

Kandhamal needs to be exorcised of communal past

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By Uddalak Mukherjee in

Opinion  /  Published 11.10.18

Championing vegetarianism is discriminatory

The ‘trickle-down effect’, it seems, seldom works for the good things. Yet it operates most efficiently when the urge is to divide and hurt. A primary school in Wazirabad village in Delhi has been...
By The Editorial Board in


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