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#India – Rape Trials – When courts turn cruel #Vaw

     Rape trials in India are a traumatic experiences, as victims have to endure interrogation by courts that have not shed the values of Victorian morality, Indian patriarchy, and antiquated and invasive medical tests. BY SAURAV DATTA Pani jhadi… Continue Reading →

Modi and Godhra – ‘The Fiction of Fact-finding’ #Sundayreading #NOMOre_2014

MARCH 15, 2014 MONOBINA GUPTA reviews The Fiction of The Fact-finding: Modi and Godhra by Manoj Mitta, Harper Collins India, 2014 My most embarrassing moment during my recent Eastern UP trip was hearing RSS and BJP men sing praises of the media…. Continue Reading →

#Bookreview – Muslims in Indian Cities

HASSAN JAVID Updated 2014-02-03 11:39:03 ONE of the foundational tropes of the official nationalist narrative in Pakistan, repeated in millions of textbooks and on thousands of screens every day, is that Partition was necessary to prevent the Muslims of the subcontinent… Continue Reading →

Got His Gun – Lost His Legs, Arms and Penis #mustread #bookreview

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 09:30By David Swanson, War Is a Crime | Book Review Ann Jones’ new book, They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Return from America’s Wars — The Untold Story, is devastating, and almost incomprehensibly so when one considers that virtually all of… Continue Reading →

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