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Jun 19, 2018
Airtel gives in to customer's bigotry against Muslim executive: Service provider's response does not make much senseAirtel’s approach to this series of public complaints is very hard to make much sense of.
Jun 16, 2018
Quantico row and Atul Kochhar's sacking: Liberalism in India has been hijacked by a group of bulliesThe story took on a twist when a tweet by Michelin Star chef Atul Kochhar got highlighted.
Jun 09, 2018
Eid al-Fitr: Moon sighting for Muslims should be decided on scientific basis to help people agree on single dateIn the 21st century, shouldn't a single date on which Muslims celebrate Eid in a big country like India be an issue worth thinking about?
Jun 02, 2018
'Honour killing' in Kerala: Kevin-Neenu case indicative of a bigger, more frightening trendIs Kerala taking a step backwards by turning a blind eye to attacks on young couples like Kevin and Neenu?
May 31, 2018
Muslim group in UK accuses ruling Conservative Party of 'Islamophobia,' seeks action against members endorsing bigotryA prominent Muslim organisation in the UK accused its ruling Conservative Party of Islamophobia in an open letter to party chair Brandon Lewis.
May 09, 2018
Democracy In India Part 10: Scourge of casteism in slow retreat as more and more youth marry for loveThere are two contrary trends in Indian democracy: While caste remains alive in politics and society, it is also giving way to more democratisation in some regions, most notably in Gujarat.
May 05, 2018
'Mandir yahin banega' found written on St Stephen's college chapel door, provocative remarks removedControversial quotes were reportedly found written on the door of a chapel at Delhi University's St Stephen's College.
Apr 27, 2018
Democracy In India Part 7: Country's polity vastly unaccountable to citizens despite relative success of democratic processRecent farmer protests show that those making policies do not represent them, or those ruling democracy are far removed from the masses and their issues.
Apr 26, 2018
Karnataka polls: A secular party in power only way to uphold Dalit rights, says activist Indudhara HonnapuraIn Part-3 of a five-part series on prominent Dalit activists who have a deep influence on the politics of Karnataka, Indudhara Honnapura, editor of Samvaada, says that people from the community should support any political party that is not linked to BJP
Apr 24, 2018
Democracy In India Part 6: Despite caste and religious divisions, our democratic journey reflects silent revolutionPast 70 years of Indian democracy saw a gradual erosion of caste, spread of women's education, independence of judiciary and EC, among others achievements.