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The cost of conscience

Megha Majumdar’s novel depicts a world where progress requires bigotry.

| Nov 10, 2020

The myth of mainstream

On the dangerous trajectory of state institutions and popular media in India.

| Aug 22, 2020

Is the mob ruling the roost?

JNU violence shows the fringe is at the Centre.

| Jan 07, 2020

The Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid imbroglio

Dispute, legal journey and the Supreme Court judgement.

| Nov 25, 2019

Kashmir switched off

A ground report from the Valley in the weeks following lockdown.

A collective madness

What Modi's victory says about today's India.

| May 27, 2019

Letter from America: Hindutva in Chicago

The World Hindu Congress in Chicago and the Hindu right’s plans to rebrand their ideology.

| Oct 26, 2018

A tale of two mosques

Recent anniversaries have marked the demolition of two mosques, one very well known, and the other, much less so.

| Dec 06, 2016

An unjust war

‘Love Jihad’ and honour killings are strategies to quell challenges to caste, class and gender conventions.

| Dec 27, 2015

Reasoning with intolerance

The defence raised by the rightwing apologists about growing intolerance needs to be addressed

| Dec 25, 2015

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