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The Token of Life

The streets are deserted, yet crowded. Crowded by the fears and ideas of residents, by the pride and insolence of the men in uniforms, the streets are crowded. 516 more words


Negligence of the state to be blamed for murder of another secular activist in Bangladesh

He is the third secular writer to have been killed in less than three months!

It was evident; even more to follow — thanks to the reluctance of the so-called progressive government! 625 more words


What is the plan for FATA? (Khan Muhammad Wazir)

As new year coming and people are arranging different types of programs, we were sitting with a few friends and discussing the FATA situation.

One asked: “What will be the new plan of government for FATA”

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FATA Reforms Blogs

Who will guard the Guards of Manipur?

Who will protect us from the hands of dirty politicians & filthy militants?

The biggest fear rising in the minds of every single citizen of Manipur right now is who will protect and ensure safety to its people. 1,167 more words


On Going Viral: What the Movement Still Teaches, What the Movement Still Needs

Last week an article on my blog addressing militancy and the uprisings in Baltimore was shared more times in 24 hours than most things on my blog have been shared in years. 793 more words

Ethnic Studies

Is criticising religious fanatics in secular Bangladesh a crime?

Islamist militant groups across the world have been implementing a plan to establish strict Shariah-based laws in some particular countries. They are working in coordination with the nearest other groups. 314 more words


In Support of Baltimore: Or; Smashing Police Cars Is Logical Political Strategy

As a nation, we fail to comprehend Black political strategy in much the same way we fail to recognize the value of Black life.

We see ghettos and crime and absent parents where we should see communities actively struggling against mental health crises and premeditated economic exploitation. 1,273 more words

Ethnic Studies