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Friday, December 04, 2020

N P Ashley

N P Ashley teaches English at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi

The AAP is not opposing the BJP precisely in the way liberals and radicals want
Sun, Feb 16, 2020

Hindutva politics is the politicisation of a majority community created around symbols, united with an anti-minority agenda, and nurtured around perceived fears and insecurities. What has the AAP done to fit this bill?

That unresolved story: Social content of Muslim women in anti-CAA, NRC protests
Tue, Jan 14, 2020

Now Muslim women, often absented and invisibilised by the heat of ever-so-repeated feuds between homogenised Muslim patriarchy with its elite leadership and, anti and reformist Muslim male “liberators”, have asserted their selves, making their bodies heard and extending our sense of the public.

Why Sabarimala is surprising even Kerala, why it is an opportunity
Tue, Nov 13, 2018

With all the claims of literacy, good healthcare system and the resultant general progressiveness of Kerala, it largely seemed like a reasonable expectation that women would just start going to the Sabarimala temple.