Divide and Misrule

Tapodhi Bhattacharjee

The CAA and NRC have provided Indians with an opportunity for soul-searching

Fear of the Foreigner

The Citizenship Amendment Act and the Northeast exceptionalism

A Home for the Persecuted

The new citizenship law reflects age-old Indian ethos

Jamia Millia Islamia: Campus on Fire

A university finds itself in the crosshairs of the CAA agitation

Why Dhaka is Upset with Delhi

India's Citizenship Amendment Act has pushed Bangladesh into a difficult position by bracketing it with Pakistan

How Democratic Processes Damage Citizenship Rights

It is true that India’s Constitution framers did not expect the articles dealing with citizenship to be set in stone

Who is an Indian?

The amended citizenship law clears the path to the naturalisation of persecuted minorities in India’s neighbourhood even as misplaced alarmism portrays it as anti-Muslim

Confessions of a Metered Cab Driver

“The call centre, where people call to book a cab, is useless. They can’t get addresses right. They turn Andheri East to Andheri West.”


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