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#India – CBI chief’s betting remark: Why rape is never a good analogy #Vaw

by Piyasree Dasgupta Nov 13, 2013 If you had thought that the unnecessary use of misplaced metaphors is the special talent of politicians in India,  think again. Speaking at a CBI conference on corruption, the director of the investigative agency, Ranjit… Continue Reading →

Why Chetan Bhagat shouldn’t speak for Indian Muslims

Though written in the voice of an Indian Muslim, the author’s take is in fact the standard response of the textbook majoritarian Prayaag Akbar  First Published: Mon, Jul 01 2013.T Jama Masjid during Ramzaan. Chetan Bhagat postitions himself as a young… Continue Reading →

URGENT: A Letter from Indian Muslim Youth to #ChetanBhagat

JULY 1, 2013 If you agree with the following Text and wish to be one of the signatories of this letter, please send your signature (Name, Profession , City/State) at activist.journalist@gmail.com by 12 PM tomorrow (2nd July 13). Dear Mr…. Continue Reading →

#India – Five steps to becoming a successful spot-fixer !

 Firstpost Rajyasree Sen I’m neither Chetan Bhagat, nor am I Hansie Cronje, but here’s my five-point plan on how to be a successful spot-fixer and not get caught. 1. Communication is key.  What is with this Chandila and Chawan? Who discusses which… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi’s supporters should stop using #FOS argument because they don’t understand it

It’s the Great Wharton Dustup     Dilip D’Souza, HT. March  7, 2013   A few themes emerge, if confused, from recent happenings at Wharton: freedom of expression, a possible insult to the nation, horrible regimes that the US is… Continue Reading →

#India- The Power of Shame #delhigangrape #Vaw

  December 31, 2012, sarai.net   By Saroj Giri ‘National shame’, lajja – this is the sentiment most Indians feel, now that the raped girl has died. The rape has so far been essentially portrayed as a heinous but aberrant… Continue Reading →

Sunday Reading–Who’s afraid of Saadat Hasan Manto?

The Union of India is eager to embrace the great writer, whose 100th birthday falls on this week, as one of its own. But how would Manto have looked at India had he stayed on? By Garga Chatterjee 15 224  The left-wing… Continue Reading →

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