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Hate rant by BJP MP Parvesh Verma, says Shaheen Bagh protesters will enter houses, rape sisters and daughters

Ahead of the Delhi election, another BJP leader has stoked a controversy with his comments. BJP MP Parvesh Verma has said people from Shaheen Bagh will “enter homes and rape and kill daughters and sisters”. ADVERTISEMENT Kumar Kunal New DelhiJanuary 28,… Continue Reading →

BJP MP Parvesh Verma -‘In one month all the existing mosques on Govt Land will be demolished ‘

‘Will Clear Shaheen Bagh in An Hour’: Seeks Votes With Fiery Speech BJP MP Parvesh Verma was addressing a crowd at a community center in Ranhoula village which falls under the Vikaspuri Assembly constituency in West Delhi. News18.comUpdated:January 28, 2020,… Continue Reading →

Religious Faith, Secularism and Gandhi

Monday 27 January 2020, by Gargi Chakravartty The following paper was presented at an International Winter School on “Globalistion and Religious Diversity: Issues, Perspectives and the Relevance of Gandhian Philosophy”, organised by the Ambedkar University, Delhi and Aarhus University, on January 8-14,… Continue Reading →

‘Shoot the traitors’: BJP’s Anurag Thakur leads crowd in chant against anti-CAA protesters at BJP rally in New Delhi

Jan 27, 2020 19:59:10 IST A clip of Union minister Anurag Thakur purportedly leading a crowd in a chant of ‘shoot the traitors’ at a BJP rally has surfaced on social media. This comes just a day after controversy erupted… Continue Reading →

Pulping stereotypes, hijab firmly in place

Mohammed.Wajihuddin At first glance, nothing seems out of place in the air-conditioned, state-of-the-art gym in Jogeshwari (West). But a closer look reveals that among the fitness freaks sweating it out on treadmills or pumping iron is a girl in black… Continue Reading →

Hatred and Hate Speeches: Achilles Heel of India in 2019

Irfan Engineer, Neha Dabhade, Suraj Nair Centre for Study of Society and Secularism annually brings out a report on communal violence in India. This report on communal violence in 2019 is divided in three parts. The last article discussed the… Continue Reading →

Why not Inlude Muslims ? Law cannot be implemented through threats: BJP Leader and Netaji’s Grandnephew Chandra Kumar Bose on Citizenship Act

Chandra Kumar Bose’s dissent comes at a time when the BJP is going all out in support of the newly-enacted law and took out a support march in West Bengal on Monday. File photo of Chandra Kumar Bose. (Image: ANI)… Continue Reading →

Listening to Voices: How Kabul Became “Heroine” of a Book

As protests against CAA-NRC push back on Modi government’s monolithic idea of India, a new book about walking in Kabul shows us how we might complicate and disrupt ideas about a place.Meher Ali 20 Jan 2020 Taran N Khan is a Mumbai-based… Continue Reading →

Dangerous little things- An account of turning political

by Annie Zaidi MY GRANDFATHER WAS once in jail. As a kid, I’d pronounce this with a little flush of pride. My grandpa! Way back in 1941. As a young man, my maternal grandfather became involved with student politics and wrote rousing poems,… Continue Reading →

BJP Minister Sarangi – Leave Country If You Can’t Accept Vande Mataram,

Twiiter Calls Him ‘Communal Cow’ Union Minister of State for MSME Pratap Chandra Sarangi attacked the Congress for spreading misinformation about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), saying  that those who do not accept India’s freedom, unity, and Vande Mataram, have… Continue Reading →

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