Author Archives: Sidra Insar Chaudhary

Modi’s Delhi: A Slaughterhouse for Muslims

Delhi: A Slaughterhouse for Muslims

Emad Ahmad, a graduate student in gender studies in Delhi’s popular Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), two weeks ago spoke to media warning the world to take notice of the situation in Delhi. Ahmad has been involved in nationwide protests against Narendra Modi’s new anti-muslim citizenship law since December when it was enacted after passing through the legislature. The ruling nationalist

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Transformation from Terrorism to Tourism: Prosper Pakistan

top tourism destinations of 2020

Smooth transition to a democratically elected government in 2018 election depicts political stability in Pakistan that was the fruit of stable law and order situation in the country. Pakistan is emerging as a regional economic hub and one of the world’s most exciting travel destinations. And indeed it is all possible due to improved security environment in Pakistan. That’s why;

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Secularism to Radicalism – The Indian Odyssey

Secular to Radical The Reader's Review

In June this year, a lynching video of a young Muslim boy went viral on social media. The video showed the boy tied up, hands folded and bleeding copiously while crying and begging for mercy. The lynching mob forced the boy to chant “Jai Hanuman” and “Jai Shri Ram” (glory to the lord Hanuman and Shri Ram). Afterward, the police

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Secularism at Risk: The Fate of Minorities in India

Minorities in India

Every year October 2 is celebrated as a national holiday in India to observe the birth anniversary of its founder Mahatma Gandhi. This year marked the 150th anniversary of Gandhi’s birth, therefore, special arrangements were made by the government and the followers of Gandhi. Despite the heightened attention, thieves in central India stole Mahatma’s ashes from the memorial and defaced

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