Those Who are Left Behind

Antara Raghavan

Two women struggle for survival in a Himalayan ghost village

Critical Mass of Urdu Speakers

Urdu’s importance has been declining steadily since a mass of Urdu speakers and writers migrated to Pakistan from northern India and the erstwhile Hyderabad state after Partition

Home Truths

On the eve of the second anniversary of the lockdown, a report on what has changed for the migrant worker and what hasn’t

Tracing Footsteps

Digital Artists Interpret the Migrant Story

Delhi and Lahore

The prologue to Partition

The Spoken Word Order

Migration, both external and internal, has shaped the languages that we speak

The French Connection

India’s attitude to refugees from Myanmar mirrors France’s inconsistent treatment to Germans fleeing Nazi persecution

Escape to Victory

When civil disobedience of migrant labourers dictates what the state must do

The Light at the End of the Lockdown

Delhi is waking up to a new reality in which the presence of others is at once thrilling and disconcerting


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