Taran N Khan

Taran N Khan is a journalist based in Mumbai. She reported this series as part of the Robert Bosch Stiftung India-Germany Media Ambassador fellowship. Her first book, a non-fiction account of Kabul, is forthcoming from Penguin Random House in India and the UK in 2019. www.porterfolio.net/taran

The making of a refugee

A longform series on Afghans in Germany.

May 08, 2019

Bella Ciao, Namaye Muhajir

The Making of a Refugee: Parts 7 and 8 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Apr 11, 2019

“Imagine there’s no countries”

The Making of a Refugee: Part 6 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Apr 05, 2019

“The boat is full”

The Making of a Refugee: Part 5 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Apr 03, 2019

“Madam Merkel, can you hear me?”

The Making of a Refugee: Part 4 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Mar 30, 2019

A woman is her own country

The Making of a Refugee: Part 3 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Mar 27, 2019

Harbour behind harbour

The Making of a Refugee: Part 2 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Mar 22, 2019

A map of arriving

The Making of a Refugee: Part 1 – A series on Afghans in Germany

Mar 21, 2019

Out of the ordinary

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About bread, beauty, and revolution

COLUMN: The life and work of Khwaja Ahmad Abbas

May 09, 2016

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