Dr Zoovia Hamiduddin

FICTION: THE APOCALYPSE THEN, AND NOW

FICTION: THE APOCALYPSE THEN, AND NOW

Amazing similarities between London of 1665 and New York City of 2020 are evidenced in Daniel Defoe’s classic book documenting...

Updated 31 Jul, 2020 07:30am
FICTION: ISMAT'S POLITICAL ALLEGORY

FICTION: ISMAT'S POLITICAL ALLEGORY

A superb English translation of Ismat Chughtai’s take on India’s Emergency in 1975, which is as prescient now...

Published 01 Mar, 2020 07:05am

ESSAY: THE ‘WHITE MUTINY’

The 1884 satirical play The Ilbert Bill is a classic and, like all classics, it is speaks to us even today

Updated 16 Sep, 2019 11:23am
ESSAY: MISUNDERSTANDING LIHAAF

ESSAY: MISUNDERSTANDING LIHAAF

The poster of a recent film adaptation of Ismat Chughtai’s famed short story indicates that it may yet again be

Published 07 Oct, 2018 07:00am