The self-reflexive and ethical perspectives of the second and third generation of witnesses to the catastrophe of 1947 may help in healing the wounds of Partition.
A look at the lives of a few Muzaffarnagar riot victims living in a resettlement camp in Kairana.
Thanks in part to demonetisation, a Dalit consolidation of sorts seems to be occurring in western UP, which could spell trouble for the BJP.
The incident took place in the Peda village with people hurling stones and firing shots at each other.
In the relief camps after the riots, all the people had left were stories.
Perhaps the project of memorialisation can be turned around and pressed forward – to document, record and speak of ‘our partitions.’
In this exclusive interview, K.N. Govindacharya speaks about Narendra Modi, Hindutva and his plans for a new framework for India’s Constitution.
Such villages and small towns in the Hindi-speaking region represent the best features of north India’s composite culture, commonly known as the Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb.
Sangeet Som gave the Samajwadi Party government 15 days to bring back Hindu families who have allegedly migrated from Kairana.
An excerpt from the India Exclusion Report 2015.