ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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CAA–NRC and the Struggles to Save India’s Secular Polity

This Land Is Mine, I Am Not of This Land: CAA–NRC and the Manufacture of Statelessness edited by Harsh Mander and Navsharan Singh , New Delhi: Speaking Tiger, 2021; pp 421, ` 499.

Translating Public Protests into the Digital Realm

Notes from an Ambedkarite cultural troupe about taking the protest site online.

Student Protests: Universities Need to be Committed to Principles of Social Justice

While colleges often enable the search for more just social systems, spaces for independent thinking are shrinking and threatened by increasing majoritarianism.

Anatomy of a Protest

In this account of the protests in Chennai against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens, important questions about the nature of dissent and who is allowed to protest are brought to the fore.

Why the Citizenship Amendment Bill Goes Against the Basic Tenets of the Constitution

In the present form, the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 is unworthy of becoming an Act because there should be no politics in the passing of legislations that bypass the democratic ideals of India.
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