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Fahmida Riaz, the progressive Pakistani poet, spent many years in exile in India in the 1980s during the dictatorship of General Zia ul Haq, living in Delhi and teaching at Jamia Millia Islamia, before she returned to Pakistan quite disillusioned. 315 more words

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Enough Red Flags against Modi

There can be only two reasons why one thinks it is alright to elect Modi as Prime Minister, writes this blogger, who goes by the name… 467 more words

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An Evil Hate-monger

“Some of us have the naïveté to truly hope and believe that evil can and will relent over time. This misplaced hope and belief inspires the dark hearts to dream even darker dreams. 134 more words

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Sanjiv Bhatt: Prisoner of Conscience?

Sanjiv Bhatt can be best described as a rarity in the Gujarat police force. The IPS (Indian Police Service) officer has again hit the headlines after he was arrested by the police Friday on a complaint lodged few months ago. 509 more words

2002 Gujarat Massacre and Hindu Muslim Communal Harmony

By Kuldip Nayar

What message do Muslims get when neither the civil society nor the Election Commission does anything to stop Amit Shah, a former… 1,166 more words

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OK to kill another human just because you were directed to

In an open letter to BJP MLA Maya Kodnani, who was convicted by the special SIT court in the Naroda Patia riots on Friday, suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has sought to know as to what prompted her to commit such a heinous crime. 202 more words

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Naroda Patia verdict: Sanjiv Bhatt writes scathing letter to Modi

A day after the Naroda Patia case verdict, suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has written a scathing letter to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi. Bhatt in his open letter to the CM has questioned the timing of Modi’s Google+ Hangout chat and alleged that Modi had distanced himself from the Naroda Patia massacre verdict. 321 more words

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