Opinion  /  Published 24.04.20

Repeating the past

The ‘Black Death’ was an epidemic of bubonic plague that devastated large parts of Europe and Asia in the 14th century. It led to colossal human suffering, and the savage expression of human preju...
By Ramachandra Guha

West Bengal  /  Published 05.01.20

Call to battle Islamophobia

India harbours a “horrendous amount of Islamophobia” and its children need to be taught the “tenets of all religions rather than just the history syllabus”, a principal told the heads of Anglo...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Calcutta

World  /  Published 18.12.19

Saudis, Pak boycott Muslim meet in Malaysia

Leaders from many Islamic nations including Turkey and Iran gathered in Malaysia on Wednesday to tackle issues that have agitated Muslims worldwide, but the summit was snubbed by Saudi Arabia and its ...
By Reuters in Kuala Lumpur

Books  /  Published 14.12.18

The House of Islam, an inside view

Ed Husain, the author of The House of Islam, earlier created ripples by writing The Islamist. The gulf between Islam and the West is widening. Islam is observed by nearly two billion people across the...
By Amit Dey

World  /  Published 15.03.19

Islamophobia to blame for attacks: Imran

Political and religious leaders around the world expressed disgust and sorrow at the deadly shooting at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday, with some blaming politicians and the media for having sto...
By Reuters in Jakarta


North East  /  Published 16.04.20

Outcry over letter

Barpeta Congress MP Abdul Khaleque on Thursday wrote to Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal demanding termination of Baksa foreigners tribunal member Kamalesh Kumar Gupta for writing a “highly c...
By Rokibuz Zaman in Guwahati

Opinion  /  Published 13.05.20

Open sesame

Sir — Museums across the world are taking the first steps towards reopening their galleries to the public, albeit with several restrictions in place. However, the measures that were taken during the...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 29.04.20

Critical chorus: Gulf nations' concern has merit

One of the rare bright spots of Narendra Modi’s tenure has been New Delhi’s outreach to the Middle East. India’s ties with the Gulf can no longer be viewed through the prism of energy security o...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 16.06.19

Urgent need to actively resist online hate

Like the monstrous Hydra that Hercules had to kill in one of his twelve labours, hatred keeps on increasing and intensifying. In Australia for example, where a 2016 study by the Islamophobia Register ...
By The Editorial Board

Entertainment  /  Published 03.05.19

A Blank check

Bollywood is improving day by day. Now, they are telling us the review of the movie in the title itself. First Zero and now Kalank.”Kalank may have tanked at the box office from the get-go, but this...
By Priyanka Roy


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