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Jawed Naqvi

The terror of war hysteria

The angst expressed by Pope Francis about loose talk and terrorism should apply to warmongers too, including journalists Published Sep 27, 2016 01:09am

The blinding spiral in Kashmir

For all the flaunting of Mahatma Gandhi’s name, India has revealed a gargantuan appetite for inflicting violence. Updated Sep 20, 2016 06:10pm

In praise of a quaint splendour

A visit to the 17th-century Chetham’s Library in Manchester can be an experience that is unique to Inglistan. Published Sep 13, 2016 01:09am

Pondering a yellow submarine

As far as one can fathom, there are many good reasons for Delhi to be cordial with Beijing. Published Sep 06, 2016 12:59pm

Of victims and victimhood

Muslims in India are so absorbed in their own victimhood that lending a shoulder to the brutalised Christians is not Published Aug 30, 2016 01:33am

Of a future Olympics in Xanadu

Sports used to be a great interlude in life, with or without dope. It wasn’t like nations going to war over a soccer... Updated Sep 08, 2016 02:16pm

Of Humayun Khan & Muhammad Ali

For the young soldier’s father to make a political intervention using his son’s death should be seen as out of line. Updated Aug 16, 2016 01:57am

Licensed agents of intolerance

Prejudice, whether ultra nationalist or religious, is grounded in simplistic gibberish. Published Aug 09, 2016 01:20am

From Golwalkar to Trump

Trump and the Hindu right have a common ancestor: Adolf Hitler. As such, they are joined at the hip in their biases. Published Aug 02, 2016 01:35am

As a Muslim finds harmony in Om

The Daesh agenda was set into motion in Fez — the agenda to build suicide lorries, figuratively and literally. Published Jul 26, 2016 01:39am

Musical notes from a soccer match

Football kindles an amateur but possibly political interest too in the sociology and history of human compact. Published Jul 12, 2016 03:16am

Mr Modi’s African chromosomes

If Modi applies his keen eye on Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy, he might be able to catch a glimpse of Gandhi’s new critics. Updated Jul 05, 2016 11:55am

An elite club of suicide bombers

The middle classes that quake at the thought of gore and fascist hordes seem incorrigibly sanguine about a nuclear... Updated Jun 21, 2016 09:07am

Ramadan & Ramazan schedule

A new vocabulary of orthodoxy is palpable today, which quickly mutates into extremism, and it is not limited to Muslims. Published Jun 14, 2016 03:17am