Imagining what could have a been a strong, vibrant, democratic state
This time, the basis is class, not religion
The mass Hindu migration bears a complex history of immense human suffering
An impending crisis or an inescapable compromise?
After the house was destroyed and its occupants killed, what remained to be guarded?
Why March 21 matters in the history of South Asia
In the current situation, none of the countries has put the people’s interests first
By souring relations with India, Pakistan turned its back on Indian Muslims
Genes don’t recognize religion or nationality
The indigenous community has had their rights infringed upon for far too long
The story of Kitabistan helps us understand the price at which partition came
Bengali Muslims would have been worse off had there been no Partition
During Partition, Sylhet had its own little Brexit. This is the first part of a two-part op-ed
Why are we still shackled by our colonial legacy?
What is the legacy of Partition?
In Bangladesh, 1947 is a distant memory, erased by the bloody 1971 liberation war against Pakistan
A mass migration followed, marred by violence and bloodshed, as about 15 million Muslims, Hindus and...
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