Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Sania Javed

Sania Javed is a student of Economics and a freelance writer based in New Delhi

Natasha Narwal’s father sends revolutionary greetings to jailed daughter on her birthday

On 5 March, research scholar, Natasha Narwal from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi turned 32. Narwal spent the day behind bars in the capital city of Delhi.

Meet 18-year-old Sadiya who runs community library in Bihar’s Deora

The Maulana Azad Library in Deora village of Darbhanga District is an initiative taken up by young Sadiya with help from her family and friends to sow the seeds for inclusive education for all the students in the community who cannot afford the luxury of getting appropriate and established means of instruction.
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Politicisation of undefined spectre of ‘love jihad’ under ultra-nationalism

The discourse is nothing but a ploy to polarise the society on religious lines and have patriarchy and Islamophobia infiltrate the society deeper if that’s at all possible. And again, the underlying catch is to further the social exclusion of Muslims.

The trial of Chicago 7: An indictment for carrying “certain” ideas

The Netflix original film is based on the “political” trial of eight activists who were indicted for the conspiracy to cross the state lines to incite riots. The anti-Vietnam war demonstrations took place in Chicago in 1968 at the National Democratic Convention.
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