Indian Citizenship Bill

Why We Protest

Amita Shah

A brief history of angry streets

The Fallacy of Liberal Angst

Have the elites lost the argument?

Demography of a Protest

Why the dust is not going to settle anytime soon

Divide and Misrule

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

Jamia Millia Islamia: Campus on Fire

A university finds itself in the crosshairs of the CAA agitation

A Home for the Persecuted

The new citizenship law reflects age-old Indian ethos

I will do it again if I have to: the poster girl of Jamia protests

Aysha Renna, a history student at Jamia Millia Islamia University, has been catapulted to fame for defending a fellow student and journalist during anti-CAA protests in Delhi

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


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