Ayodhya

  • Ayodhya 1992: Why India changed for ever

    Abhi's Blog |  Abhishek Patni
    The year was 1992, place Lucknow. We were four friends - all studying in ISC final year in St Francis College. Like any normal student...

  • Unequal justice breeds communalism and terrorism

    Newsman |  Rajdeep Sardesai
    "Justice", the new rallying cry on the streets and in the studios, can be awfully selective at times. The brutal gangrape of a Delhi girl...

  • A review of Saba Naqvi's 'In Good Faith'

    Hindustani awaaz |  Rakhshanda Jalil
    While much work has been done on exploring and exposing communalism in India, relatively little attempt has been made to understand its conjoined twin, secularism....

  • The shadow of December 6, 1992, Ayodhya, still continues to haunt the idea of India

    The One World Blog |  Manu Bhagavan
    6 December 1992. Ayodhya burned, while NaRao fiddled (at a puja)(i). Flash forward 20 years. Today, in the heart of Hyderabad, once celebrated ...

  • Kuldip Nayar: Beyond the Lines

    Hindustani awaaz |  Rakhshanda Jalil
    Kuldip Nayar is the grand old man of Indian journalism. His is the classical post-1947 Indian Success Story. He arrived in India, having travelled from...

  • 99 years later, Raja Harishchandra (1913) goes 3D

    Pixelated |  Soumyadip Choudhury
    In India, cinema isn't just a passion. It is frenzical. We have perhaps inherited this acute addiction from the man who started it all, 99...

  • Sagarika Ghose's blog: Go for gold

    Bloody Mary |  Sagarika Ghose
    Let's win a medal for a Hindu-Muslim charter On the heels of The Verdict, came The Games. Wicked ghosts of the past were dredged ...

  • Ayodhya verdict: Moving on

    Dreamz |  Nakul Shivani
    Sept 30th, 2010: Sitting inside the newsroom of a TV channel, watching the drama of India's biggest and longest legal battle unfolds, I watched with...