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Maseeh Rahman

The writer works for ‘The Guardian’, London, from Delhi.

Group of covid patients in Delhi transcend climate of hatred, hostility
Wed, Oct 28, 2020

A group of coronavirus patients from diverse backgrounds comes together in a hospital ward in Delhi to help heal each other.

Yakub Memon Hanging
Yakub Memon: Break the official omerta
Wed, Jul 29, 2015

In Yakub Memon case, state displayed bad faith.

Is India Emergency Proof?
The Barsi excess
Wed, Jul 01, 2015

The only ground report on the forcible sterilisation campaign during Emergency appeared in a little-known magazine.

Wed, Jun 22, 2011

Involvement in Mumbai’s unreformed real-estate sector has crippled the city police’s credibility

Parle vous L’Indien?
Sun, Jun 05, 2011

A show in Paris that starts more than a conversation on Indian art

Inside The Belly of a Whale
Fri, Jun 03, 2011

Since 2007,France’s Culture Ministry has been inviting a single artist to create a monumental work that would “appeal to the widest possible audiences”.

Wed, May 25, 2011

For any artist,the absolute high point is when a major international museum buys his or her work for its permanent collection.

Mon, Feb 15, 2010

Goa’s middle-class culture is unique in India. But it is under increasing stress

How not to catch a terrorist
Sat, Feb 06, 2010

The Delhi Police Special Cell has been indicted in the past for organising fake “encounters”. But clearly Batla House was a genuine...

The riddle of Muslim ‘sleepers’
Sat, Jan 16, 2010

Pakistan politician Aitzaz Ahsan’s claim that 26/11 terrorists had local help reflects a state in denial....

The loneliness of being Hasan Gafoor
Fri, Dec 18, 2009

After 26/11,Hasan Gafoor became the target of a sustained media campaign inspired and managed by an influential group of police officers.

Shoeless with the Sena
Fri, Dec 18, 2009

Shiv Sena leader Ramdas Kadam grabbed headlines by accusing Hasan Gafoor of sleeping in his car on 26/11 while “Kasab’s saathi were taking people’s lives”.

Plan for 5,000 cameras watching Mumbai is put on pause
Wed, Dec 09, 2009

An ambitious electronic surveillance plan for Mumbai proposed by the city police shortly after 26/11 has been indefinitely delayed.

Pak hand looms over Kabul vote
Sun, Sep 18, 2005

The question that’s tantalising Afghanistan on the eve of its landmark Assembly and Provincial Council election is: what role is Islama...

Sleeping Buddha could fill this void
Sun, Nov 07, 2004

French archaeologists searching for the colossal Sleeping Buddha in Bamyan have uncovered what could be the long-missing statue’s foot,...

Ink row mars Afghan polls
Sun, Oct 10, 2004

As a record number of Afghans kept their tryst with democracy today, the indelible ink marker pens gifted by India were at the centre of a ...

Before polls, warlords call shots in Afghanistan
Sat, Oct 09, 2004

Afghanistan's remote north-eastern Badakshan province was fortunate to escape the worst of 23 years of war. But even here, the once heroic m...

When Afghans vote on Oct 9, India will leave an indelible mark
Thu, Sep 30, 2004

In Afghanistan’s first ever Presidential elections due on October 9, the credit for providing what an independent research group descri...

Jailhouse Jack took Delhi connection
Mon, Sep 27, 2004

Afghanistan's judicial system has been shattered by war and the Taliban, so the public prosecutor at the trial of the American mercenary Jon...