We the People of India- Chapter 9. Jo Jahaan: Go to Pakistan!

In all our lives, us young Indians have never been more aware of our religious identities than we are today. Do we need to actively resist a subconscious complacency towards these newly-imposed identities and their influence in our daily lives? Here’s to someone who fought that battle, and won…

We the People (series): Not old and cold, just White and Wise (Chapter 7.)

Does Generation X need to take notes from the Baby Boomers? What’s at stake here is the future of their children, not the unsettled scores of their childhood.

We the People (series): 'O captain, my captain!' (Chapter 6)

Is the Supreme Court of India really the hero we youngsters make it out to be? The Court’s recent tilt in decision-making tells another story. Maybe it is not an exaggeration to see today as a replay of the 70s: the emergency, and the Court’s complicity in it.

We the People: All rise, the Hindustani Hindu (Chapter 5)

The future of India does not depend on the aggression of the Hindutva Hindu but on the resistance of the Hindustani Hindu. Will the Hindustani Hindu make the right choices even 70 years after partition?

We the people (series): 'Naari, Naari' and 'Bharat Mata' (Chapter 4.)

Women lawyers are leading the charge in protecting the rights of India’s citizens today. This is significant and important, here’s why!

We the people (series)- Pathan Bhai and his coat (Chapter 3).

The cook who brought me up was a Muslim, but I wasn’t conscious of it till someone called his clothes ‘Pakistani’ today. Will you be able to manipulate your memories of all the people you’ve known in your life based on their religion in New India??

We the people (series): Shahrukh Khan and Butter Chicken (Chapter 2.)

Shah Rukh Khan and Butter Chicken have a lot in common. They are world-famous. They represent the things India is best known for: Bollywood and Curry. And, they are of foreign descent. Wonder if India would have been half the country it is today if their ancestors, or the ancestors of other symbols of India’s multicultural heritage, were not allowed past Indian borders back in the day.

We the people: Rahat Indori and his tribe, Making India Great Again! (Chapter 1.)

We owe a great debt to our enemy for reminding us who we really are as a people, for making India great again.