Reading Time: 6 minutes After one year of the Delhi anti-Muslim pogrom, the Muslims remain at the receiving end of injustice and vilification drive of the BJP.
Reading Time: 9 minutes It’s one year of the anti-CAA 2019 protests. It’s now time to retrospect the movement to build a stronger citizenship movement against NRC.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Why the BJP is repeatedly failing to publish the Rules of the CAA 2019? The reason is it’s not willing to let the people know its conspiracy.
Reading Time: 3 minutes After much hullabaloo over the issue, what made the West Bengal BJP to drop CAA 2019 campaign during the Durga Puja to woo Hindu voters?
Reading Time: 6 minutes Did the CAA 2019 provide any relief to Bengali non-Muslim refugees? How some of the anti-NRC organisations are misrepresenting the law?
Reading Time: 9 minutes 77% respondents of a survey think CAA 2019 will disenfranchise them, but they, ironically, don’t know about CAA 2003, the actual culprit.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Why the demand for a “humane CAA” is raised by some of the organisers of West Bengal’s anti-NRC movement as an effective weapon against NRC?
Reading Time: 10 minutes Why the anti-NRC movement of West Bengal split on the issue of opposing the CAA? Is CAA 2019 a major threat to the people or the CAA 2003?
Reading Time: 4 minutes The news that Shaheen Bagh activist Shehzad Ali has joined the BJP is a hoax as the man was no way connected with the agitation against NRC.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The home ministry didn’t finalise the rules of the CAA 2019 before June 18th 2020, which was the deadline. Is this delay in filing BJP’s deliberate act?
Reading Time: 5 minutes The rollout of the NPR and NRC in post-lockdown phase is inevitable as the Modi regime will try to provide cheap labour pool to big corporate houses now.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If there is an ominous silence over the arrest of a pregnant woman like Safoora Zargar under false charges, then that’s a crime. Dissenting isn’t.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The state repression exhibited by the arrest of two Pinjra Tod activists, Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, exemplifies the Modi regime’s fear.
Reading Time: 4 minutes To make the anti-CAA agitations sustainable, an organisational architecture should be constructed to give an intellectual articulatory edge to the protests.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Though the MHA has postponed the NPR exercise due to COVID-19 outbreak, there is no reason to think it won’t happen, rather it’s needed more than ever now.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, invoked by Kejriwal to overthrow the Shaheen Bagh movement was used by the British colonial rulers to aid Hindu nationalism
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Union home ministry’s NRC refusal through a reply to the Parliament doesn’t imply that the threat is over. The Modi regime didn’t retreat, it’s waiting.
Reading Time: 6 minutes If there is an honest and impartial implementation of the NRC, which BJP leaders will end up in the detention centres? Well, there are a few of them.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Is the CAA an exclusionary law? What will be the implications of this law in Assam and the northeastern states where the Bengali Hindus face discrimination.