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Bangladesh

Rokeya Sultana: The Madonna Metaphor

Urvashi Bahuguna

The mysterious and the feminist come together on the canvas of Bangladeshi artist Rokeya Sultana

Fifty Shades Of Khaki

The real reason Pakistan banned Hamoodur Rehman’s report on the 1971 war

The “Second City of the Empire”

In terms of its reputation as a business destination, West Bengal has climbed down a slippery slope

The No-Go Zones of Assam

Behind the narrative of a rightwing government mistreating Muslims lies the reality of both indigenous Hindus and Muslims suffering at the hands of illegal immigrants

Bhakti as Resistance

The aesthetics of Indian politics VIII

From Dictators to Democrats

Zia-ul-Haq to Edward Heath, a journalist relives his meetings with power people

‘All writers are outsiders,’ says Tahmima Anam

Tahmima Anam’s new novel moves away from her Bangladesh trilogy. She speaks to Antara Raghavan about chronicling the seductions and perils of the startup world

The Rise and Fall of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

Despite being destroyed by the Pakistan army, perhaps he would have done better as a politician if not blinded by hubris

Bangladesh Satyagraha

A week-long satyagraha that the Jana Sangh, the BJP’s previous avatar, had launched in 1971 to demand official recognition for the yet-to-be-born Bangladesh

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