Muslims

UP: The tide has collapsed

In Ghaziabad’s five constituencies, the overwhelming support for the BJP of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections seems to be waning, giving way to a free-for-all
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

Bisara: At Ground zero of the lynching

In the village where Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched communal tensions simmer below the surface. Not surprisingly, most villagers intend to vote along religious lines
Shalini Sharma Dadri 

UP: Why do the Jats not want the BJP?

Jat leaders in western UP, across outfits, are working over-time to persuade their community to abandon the BJP 
Abeer Kapoor Muzaffarnagar

‘SP and BJP are two sides of the same coin’: Sudhindra Bhadoria

Criticising the two other contenders in the electoral race, BSP spokesperson Sudhindra Bhadoria says that his party is the only party that will ensure good governance
Shalini Sharma Delhi

Vigilante Groups are rupturing the Secular Fabric of Mewat

Hardnews spoke to Shail Mayaram, an authority on the Meos, in an attempt to unravel the recent events in Mewat. She has authored two books, Resisting Regimes and Against History, Against State, on the community

From the British Raj to the Hindu Raj

Saeed Naqvi has taken on many world leaders in his long and successful journalistic career, but in his new book, he targets something far bigger: the betrayal that is the Indian state
Dhruba Basu Delhi

Dadri Lynching: Come and see the Blood in the Streets

Incidents of violence targetting the minorities have become routine in the last 16 months. Prime Minister Modi’s government has done little to shun the belief that the culprits don’t enjoy its patronage 
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Mumbai train blasts: Dr NARCO and Other Stories from KAFKA Land

Here is a re-look at the kind of evidence that led to the conviction of all but one accused in the Mumbai suburban train blasts of 2006

Manisha Sethi Delhi

Communal Polarisation: Violence by design

A mob targetted Muslims in a Faridabad village, where the poll for the sarpanch post is due. Is it yet another case of communal polarisation for politics?
Jyotsna Singh Ballabgarh 

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