Articles by Tarique Anwar
Mar 16, 2016
Umar Khalid fighting for the oppressed; he can't be anti-national, says his sister‘Stop branding my brother as anti-national. He wants azadi (independence) from the destroyer of the nation’ said an emotional 11-year-old Sarah Fatima, the youngest sister of Umar Khalid
Mar 13, 2016
Here's why the World Culture Festival will have a serious impact on Delhi's air qualityThe use of big diesel power generators during ongoing World Culture Festival (WCF) is expected to have serious impact on the air quality.
Mar 09, 2016
Soldiers building bridge for Art of Living festival 'shameful, rotten', say military veterans"It is a compromise with the dignity of the country’s defence forces. It is a shame that the government is giving undeserved public resources to an individual in return of his political support."
Mar 08, 2016
It's not the government's job to distribute certificates of patriotism and anti-nationalism: Soni SoriSoni Sori drew parallels between her struggle in Bastar and the fight at JNU, saying the conditions in both places are the same.
Mar 07, 2016
JNU row spurs demand for revival of campus politics in Jamia Millia IslamiaJNU row spurs demand for revival of campus politics in Jamia Millia Islamia.
Feb 25, 2016
JNU row: How Delhi Police assembled its case against Kanhaiya, and why BS Bassi opposed his bailIn its 13-page status report on bail plea of Kanhaiya Kumar, Delhi cops said he had not only participated in the JNU event but had 'organized' them
Feb 17, 2016
Less a high-ranking police officer, more a BJP muscle man: Ex-top cops flay Bassi's 'partisan attitude'The remarks made by city police chief BS Bassi on the attack on JNU students, teachers and journalists in and outside Patiala House Court premises appear to be coming from a “muscle man of the ruling party, not from a police officer who is holding such a high rank”, feel former top cops
Feb 13, 2016
AAP failed to govern in one year? Well, take it, even the most well-intentioned of govts can’t run DelhiJust how difficult is it to govern Delhi? Very. That’s the simple answer. As AAP nears the completion of its first year in office, serious doubts have been raised over its capacity to manage the city-state
Feb 01, 2016
Men can visit graveyards, why not us? ask Muslim womenThe graves, professor Zeenat Shaukat Ali said quoting Prophet Muhammad, should be frequented by men and women for two reasons: one, it reminds them of death and two, they can pray for the people buried there.
Jan 08, 2016
Odd-even scheme arrested peak pollution level, Delhi govt submits in High CourtThe odd-even formula has resulted in Delhi's lowest pollution peak compared to the previous high-smog episodes this winter, the government submitted on Friday