Thursday, 24 May, 2018

Sabah Azaad

Sabah Azaad
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Sabah is a Journalist at ThePrint. She spent her undergraduate years at Sciences Po and Duke University, graduating with a liberal arts oriented degree after which she pursued the Young India Fellowship. Her lived experiences have shaped her passions for gender and social justice. A socialist leaning feminist, she firmly believes in the importance of activism and identity politics of the marginalized, hoping to cover human rights and politics based stories. She can be reached at: sabah.k@theprint.in Follow her on Twitter @_sabahsays

Malaysia of 2018 has learnt lessons from India of 1977. And, so should we

As an Indian and a democrat – and as an opposition politician also facing a seemingly unvanquishable foe in power, and looking to unity and popular support to bring about change – I can only wish the new coalition government in Malaysia well.
Narendra Modi

Superbrand Narendra Modi: Cast in Titanium, not merely coated with Teflon

He’s our most polarising leader, deeply hated by many but equally loved by more, especially the young. To extrapolate BJP’s struggles in Gujarat and Karnataka to 2019 is fatally complacent.