By Majid Alam
While the minorities struggle for justice against what they call a communal citizenship law, they are scared to demand justice for Imam who stood with them. With the silence of the Muslims over Sharjeel Imam’s issue, the government is successful in sending a stern message to the minorities to fall in line.
By Junaid Ashraf
Add to this the interconnectedness of the global economy: when one country sneezes, the entire world catches the flu. It is high time for economists and greedy bankers to come out of the cocoon and listen to the question that the old granny asked twelve years back at the LSE.
By Abu Siddik
The reporter was snoring. The teacher feared the worst – International Tribunal, the detention camp, the separation from children and wife and neighbours, loss of land and his ancestral sweet home! Shaken and terrified, he lay awake the whole night harbouring thousand alien fears.
By Shahid Jamal
The continuous ideological attack along with political setback are the need of hour to eliminate the toxic polarization of the RSS and the BJP. The AAP must understand that it will never pose a challenge to the BJP and the RSS as long as it follows the same path.
By Anu Karippal
I saw that he was drinking and eating Palappam. Who takes a peg, even with appam? Only bloody Malayali Christians. Appam looked so tiny and out of shape, like it was made by an overtly pampered young man for the first time.
By Henry Kyambalesa
While the United States can be characterized as essentially being the only and exceptional example of a free-market socioeconomic system in the world today because it has complete private ownership of the means of production and an extensive pluralistic social system, it should perhaps not be regarded as the kind of “democracy” that could be emulated by other countries due to the fact that it does not have a robust and an authentic multi-party political system.
By Shuma Talukdar
Should Muslims in India finds themselves in a state similar to that of the Rohingyas in Myanmar in the future, it would be unrealistic of them to hope of any support from the international community, for we have before us the precedent of the Rohingya, to whom the world turned its back, while they were subjected to ethnic cleansing and genocidal violence.
By Rimli Bhattacharya
I knew my case was psychiatric and called for immediate medical intervention. Dragging myself to the doctors’ clinic seemed a huge task. I was frail. For once I felt like asking my father if someone could accompany me till the psychiatrists’ chamber but then decided to keep my mental illness discreet.