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‘Why are you silent?’ What the poetry of Kedarnath Singh (and Ageya) means in the times of CAA-NRC
Revisiting the poetry of the Partition in the context of the citizenship controversy.
· Feb 08, 2020 · 08:30 am
‘BHU’s failure to keep students safe is unforgivable’: Hindi lecturer Ian Woolford on police action
The only anti-nationalism on display is that of an administration who would invite police on campus to commit such brutality against students under its care.
· Sep 24, 2017 · 07:00 pm