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OP-ED: Partition 1947: A season of...

OP-ED: Partition 1947: A season of...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Jul 14 2021

When the sharp dagger of communalism sliced away at the country

The hold-up

The hold-up

Arts & Letters

Thu, Aug 13 2020

A young writer fictionalises the brutalities that followed the partition of India

1947: A flute to Pakistan, a drum to...

1947: A flute to Pakistan, a drum to...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Aug 13 2020

Reflection on books about the history and dark legacies of India’s partition in 1947

OP-ED: The lingering pain of Partition,...

OP-ED: The lingering pain of Partition,...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Aug 5 2020

In the weeks following the vivisection of the country, the masses paid the price

History of partition and the emergence...

History of partition and the emergence...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Dec 14 2019

Review of Nurul Islam’s 'India Pakistan Bangladesh: A Primer on Political History'...

‘Custodian of Rubble’: Mohan Rakesh’s...

‘Custodian of Rubble’: Mohan Rakesh’s...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Mar 31 2019

After the house was destroyed and its occupants killed, what remained to be guarded?

Borders and the ghost of partition

Borders and the ghost of partition

Dhaka Lit Fest

Fri, Nov 17 2017

Two DLF panels discuss the partition of Bengal and its consequences

Manto’s prophecy about US-Pakistan...

Manto’s prophecy about US-Pakistan...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Jun 8 2017

Manto was, after all, a sane critic in the midst of a world gone mad

'The Partition is an epic event that...

'The Partition is an epic event that...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Mar 2 2017

An Interview with Tanvir Mokammel, a recipient of Ekushey Padak 2017