Friday, 28 January, 2022
TopicBengal Partition

Topic: Bengal Partition

Let’s talk about Partition. We owe this debt to the dead and the displaced

Like Holocaust day, Partition should also be recognised by the UN internationally so that those who lost their homes and lives feel seen and heard.

Stop seeing Bangladesh as ‘East Pakistan’. Last 50 years are a missed opportunity

Let’s stop anti-Bangladesh rhetoric and calling their people ‘ghuspathiye’. It is time to take them along for the economic prosperity and well-being of our people.

Ritwik Ghatak, the celluloid rebel who used cinema as a political tool

Revolutionary filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak mirrored the pain of Bengal’s partition and refugee crisis through his famed trilogy, which began with Megha Dhaka Tara.

How the Bengali went from ‘baboo’, a figure of ridicule, to a nationalist traitor

The Partition of Bengal in 1905 spurred acts of rebellion that gave Bengalis a means to prove they could be fearless.

On Camera

YourTurn

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Defence

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Modi vs non-BJP CMs: When most popular isn’t all-powerful & why Centre-state ties will worsen

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