Habib is a historian and author of ‘To Make the Deaf Hear: Ideology and Programme of Bhagat Singh and his Comrades’
Dilip Kumar was committed to a Nehruvian ethos of socialism and represented the voice of the people in the roles that he essayed.
Ishtiaq Ahmed’s new book on Jinnah is an opportunity for both India and Pakistan to understand their past in order to make sense of their present.
A new book, India’s Revolutionary Inheritance, profiles the freedom fighter’s surprisingly mature intellectual legacy.
In the historical context, we are justified in helping the persecuted minorities in the three countries but why do we have to mess with the spirit of our Constitution by bringing in religious identity for citizenship?
An exhaustive documentation of the intellectual legacy of Bhagat Singh
His ideas on nationalism, reason, religion and politics are relevant today