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What The Haridwar Conference Got Wrong
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What The Haridwar Conference Got Wrong

Aravindan Neelakandan- January 15, 2022

Editor’s note: This article was originally published in Swarajya on January 12, 2022. Reprinted with permission. Let us not mince words. The Haridwar Sammelan was ... Read More

Aetiology of Subversion: The Delhi Riots of 2020
Book Reviews

Aetiology of Subversion: The Delhi Riots of 2020

Prakash Shah- October 17, 2020

Organised criminal networks will be drawing lessons from the Delhi conflagration but so must the Indian authorities. The international community, whose members have either remained ... Read More

The CAA Story: Through the Eyes and Experiences of an Indian Teenager
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

The CAA Story: Through the Eyes and Experiences of an Indian Teenager

Susheela R Bhat- June 15, 2020

An outsider body UNHRC is challenging a domestic law and criticising that it is ‘fundamentally discriminatory’. Well, to give equality to the unequal people of ... Read More

Hinduism vs. Hindutva – Part II: The true agenda of the anti-CAA movement
Archives, Commentaries

Hinduism vs. Hindutva – Part II: The true agenda of the anti-CAA movement

Shrikant Talageri- May 18, 2020

The recent issue of the C.A.A. (Citizenship Amendment Act 2020)―which was the headlines-hogging topic before the coronavirus tsunami swept everything else out of the picture―has ... Read More

Anti-CAA Protests: Is it a test case for Indian Muslims to find political worth?
Archives, Commentaries

Anti-CAA Protests: Is it a test case for Indian Muslims to find political worth?

Krishna Kumar- February 7, 2020

The population of Muslims, because of a higher growth rate, had almost doubled in just 30 years in absolute numbers between 1991-2011, and their share ... Read More