Sikh

  • Spot the difference between media cover-up of the 1984 and 2002 riots

    Espresso Economics |  Vivian Fernandes
    Reverence in the media to those in authority and a tendency to fall in line, allows those indulging in political mass murders to escape justice...

  • Leaders speak of riots and its victims but fail to provide the healing touch

    Newsman |  Rajdeep Sardesai
    Why does an underworld don who offered the Indian cricket team Toyota cars if they beat Pakistan in Sharjah in 1986 become a resident of...

  • The anti-neta neta

    Bloody Mary |  Sagarika Ghose
    AAP is doing what politicians have forgotten to do As the summer kicks in, people's representatives are often seen scurrying for their cool drawing ...

  • 1984 Anti-Sikh riots verdict: The pen was mighty but the hands were trembling

    Priyanka's Space |  Priyanka Dube
    It was nothing like anything. The scenes that unfolded at the Karkardooma Court post 2:40 pm on 30th April 2013 were a bewildering reminder of...

  • Khushwant Singh's Freethinker's Prayer Book: A Review

    Hindustani awaaz |  Rakhshanda Jalil
    I must begin this review with a confession: I am an unabashed admirer of Khushwant Singh. I have known him for years and enjoyed many...

  • 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 ...

  • The deadliest expression of hate

    Kindred mind |  Ayushman Jamwal
    In the 21st century, cultural cohesion is an inevitable effect of the world becoming more inter-connected. Particularly in Western cities, all national, racial, religious elements...

  • Helpless in a court of law

    Plain and Simple |  Parikshit Luthra
    A person often looks helpless and vulnerable in front of his wife or on the hospital bed and maybe even in the court room. How...