Mohd Asim

'Mohd Asim' - 65 News Result(s)

  • Blog: Baba's Bulldozer Has Come Home To Roost
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday February 20, 2023
    Belief in rule of law and due process is the only way to put the brakes on this obscenity. Belief that governance is best done by the book, not by bulldozer.
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  • Blog: At Qatar, This Winner Was Not Even Playing
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Tuesday December 20, 2022
    The football carnival has ended in Qatar. Messi's Argentina is the FIFA 2022 champion, but the real winner at the biggest sporting show on earth is a country that wasn't even playing. Palestine.
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  • Blog: What BJP Is Trying To Tell The Muslims Of Gujarat
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Tuesday November 15, 2022
    They say time heals all wounds. But in the state of Gujarat, election time rips open the wounds of 2002 and leaves them freshly bleeding.
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  • Blog: AAP, The Millennial That Only Knows Vote-Bank Politics
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday October 27, 2022
    How far this paperback version of Hindutva takes AAP against the BJP's hardcore Hindutva is to be seen. But it is quite clear that Kejriwal has taken the majoritarian route to votes.
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  • Blog: Mohan Bhagwat-Muslim Meet Is Good Symbolism, Not Dialogue
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Saturday September 24, 2022
    RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's meeting with a group of Muslim intellectuals last month and the visit to a Delhi madrasa on Thursday have created headlines.
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  • Blog: Muslims Must Stop Reacting To Insults To The Prophet
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday July 1, 2022
    The Prophet survived Dante's Inferno. But can he survive this assault by Riyaz Akhtari and Gos Mohammad?
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  • Blog: We, The Pained People Of India
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday May 17, 2021
    If pain is personal and individual, which is so often the case, it can drag us down a solitary hole. But when it becomes shared and collective, pain can lift us out, extracting us from solitude into the company of those who are suffering as well.
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  • Blog: The Lynch Mob Now Goes for Naseeruddin Shah - Predictably
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday December 21, 2018
    The kind of hate that is being directed at Naseeruddin Shah over his voicing genuine concerns is sickening. The same happened with Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan when they spoke up against intolerance.
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  • Blog: What <i>'Mulk'</i> Means To Me As An Indian Muslim
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Wednesday August 15, 2018
    'Mulk' takes up the issue of terror - the proverbial albatross tied to Muslims' neck with this convenient narrative: "all Muslims are not terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims".
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  • Blog: Painting Muslims As "Jinnah-Lovers" In Election Season
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday May 4, 2018
    A portrait of Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah at the Students Union Hall of the AMU is at the centre of a raging nationwide debate. The portrait of Jinnah at the centre of the row has been there for 80 years. It was installed after Jinnah was accorded the lifetime membership of the AMU Students Union in 1938.
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  • Blog: Modi Government's Triple <I>Talaq</I> Law Is Deeply Flawed
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday December 15, 2017
    "White men saving brown women from brown men" wrote feminist scholar Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak in her seminal work "Can The Subaltern Speak?" What Spivak wrote in context of the larger colonial narrative, can be tweaked to reflect what's going on with the issue of Triple Talaq in India. It's a case of "Hindu men are saving Muslim women from...
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  • Blog: No, The 'M' In Aligarh Muslim University Is Not A Problem
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Wednesday October 11, 2017
    Did changing Elphinstone Station to Prabha Devi avert the tragedy there? The UGC needs to get real.
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  • Blog: When Modi Asked BJP Leaders To Stay Silent, He Left This Out
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday April 21, 2017
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week advised BJP motormouths "to practice the art of silence." It was fair and much-needed advice from his high office as many in his party are prone to putting their (right) foot into mouth very often. But the PM only sent out half a message.
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  • Blog: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Scene-Stealer, Thrusts Shah Rukh Aside
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday January 30, 2017
    I see SRK almost struggling to make his presence felt on the screen in scenes with Nawazuddin, who owns every mm of it without even trying.
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  • Blog: An Open Letter To Women From A Man
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday January 5, 2017
    Men have a lot of excuses and explanations for what they do to you. Every stare at a public place, every slimy touch in a public transport, every snide remark that men make. Get one thing right, men have a reason for it. And when we can't come up with a good enough reason, and mind you that's very rare, we just pass it off as a joke. Yes, you heard...
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'Mohd Asim' - 65 News Result(s)

  • Blog: Baba's Bulldozer Has Come Home To Roost
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday February 20, 2023
    Belief in rule of law and due process is the only way to put the brakes on this obscenity. Belief that governance is best done by the book, not by bulldozer.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: At Qatar, This Winner Was Not Even Playing
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Tuesday December 20, 2022
    The football carnival has ended in Qatar. Messi's Argentina is the FIFA 2022 champion, but the real winner at the biggest sporting show on earth is a country that wasn't even playing. Palestine.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: What BJP Is Trying To Tell The Muslims Of Gujarat
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Tuesday November 15, 2022
    They say time heals all wounds. But in the state of Gujarat, election time rips open the wounds of 2002 and leaves them freshly bleeding.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: AAP, The Millennial That Only Knows Vote-Bank Politics
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday October 27, 2022
    How far this paperback version of Hindutva takes AAP against the BJP's hardcore Hindutva is to be seen. But it is quite clear that Kejriwal has taken the majoritarian route to votes.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: Mohan Bhagwat-Muslim Meet Is Good Symbolism, Not Dialogue
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Saturday September 24, 2022
    RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's meeting with a group of Muslim intellectuals last month and the visit to a Delhi madrasa on Thursday have created headlines.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: Muslims Must Stop Reacting To Insults To The Prophet
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday July 1, 2022
    The Prophet survived Dante's Inferno. But can he survive this assault by Riyaz Akhtari and Gos Mohammad?
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: We, The Pained People Of India
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday May 17, 2021
    If pain is personal and individual, which is so often the case, it can drag us down a solitary hole. But when it becomes shared and collective, pain can lift us out, extracting us from solitude into the company of those who are suffering as well.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: The Lynch Mob Now Goes for Naseeruddin Shah - Predictably
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday December 21, 2018
    The kind of hate that is being directed at Naseeruddin Shah over his voicing genuine concerns is sickening. The same happened with Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan when they spoke up against intolerance.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: What <i>'Mulk'</i> Means To Me As An Indian Muslim
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Wednesday August 15, 2018
    'Mulk' takes up the issue of terror - the proverbial albatross tied to Muslims' neck with this convenient narrative: "all Muslims are not terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims".
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: Painting Muslims As "Jinnah-Lovers" In Election Season
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday May 4, 2018
    A portrait of Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah at the Students Union Hall of the AMU is at the centre of a raging nationwide debate. The portrait of Jinnah at the centre of the row has been there for 80 years. It was installed after Jinnah was accorded the lifetime membership of the AMU Students Union in 1938.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: Modi Government's Triple <I>Talaq</I> Law Is Deeply Flawed
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday December 15, 2017
    "White men saving brown women from brown men" wrote feminist scholar Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak in her seminal work "Can The Subaltern Speak?" What Spivak wrote in context of the larger colonial narrative, can be tweaked to reflect what's going on with the issue of Triple Talaq in India. It's a case of "Hindu men are saving Muslim women from...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: No, The 'M' In Aligarh Muslim University Is Not A Problem
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Wednesday October 11, 2017
    Did changing Elphinstone Station to Prabha Devi avert the tragedy there? The UGC needs to get real.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: When Modi Asked BJP Leaders To Stay Silent, He Left This Out
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Friday April 21, 2017
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week advised BJP motormouths "to practice the art of silence." It was fair and much-needed advice from his high office as many in his party are prone to putting their (right) foot into mouth very often. But the PM only sent out half a message.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Scene-Stealer, Thrusts Shah Rukh Aside
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Monday January 30, 2017
    I see SRK almost struggling to make his presence felt on the screen in scenes with Nawazuddin, who owns every mm of it without even trying.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: An Open Letter To Women From A Man
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday January 5, 2017
    Men have a lot of excuses and explanations for what they do to you. Every stare at a public place, every slimy touch in a public transport, every snide remark that men make. Get one thing right, men have a reason for it. And when we can't come up with a good enough reason, and mind you that's very rare, we just pass it off as a joke. Yes, you heard...
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