13 books on Gujarat genocide 2002

This week marks the 19th anniversary of Muslim genocide in Gujarat.

Afroz Alam Sahil on his new book ‘Lockdown Diaries’ and people who launched it

The most special quality of the book is that although I’ve written my life events in…

Sarbpreet Singh’s new book talks about ordinary lives disfigured and disrupted by 1984 Sikh Massacre

Sarbpreet Singh's new publication Night of the restless spirits: Stories from 1984 becomes yet another witness…

In JNU, Sharjeel Imam read Paul Brass’s book and now Delhi Police chargesheet says it is an evidence

Renowned Political Scientist Paul Brass's book Forms of Collective Violence: Riots, Pogroms, and Genocide in Modern…

Bookshelf: Ayyankali, A Dalit Leader of Organic protest

The book Ayyankali A Dalit Leader of Organic Protest was co-authored by M Nisar and Meena…

When I saw Gujarat riot on TV, my whole world changed: Author Tazmeen Amna on mental health and Islamophobia

Tazmeen Amna is an author of Goner and The Incredible Adventures of Mr. Cheeks, both published…

Eating Wasps: An insightful and riveting read

Eating wasps is a subtle discourse on sexual liberation in a male-dominated society. It will unsettle…