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The NRC and India’s Unfinished Partition
October 03, 2019

The NRC and India’s Unfinished Partition

By Grant Wyeth
The ongoing ideological struggle over Indian nationhood surfaced with Assam’s National Register of Citizens.

What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?
August 28, 2019

What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?

By Guneeta Singh Bhalla
Neighbors didn’t kill neighbors in 1947. Contested Partition histories need a revisit, now more than ever.
Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?
August 06, 2019

Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?

By Iftikhar Alam
72 years after partition, migrants are using social media to reconnect with their ancestral homes.

Life in a Refugee Colony in India
December 21, 2018

Life in a Refugee Colony in India

By Prabhat Singh
In Bhudiya Colony, scars from the Indian partition still linger.

70 Years of the Radcliffe Line: Understanding the Story of Indian Partition
August 19, 2017

70 Years of the Radcliffe Line: Understanding the Story of Indian Partition

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
On its 70th anniversary, a review of the Radcliffe Line.

Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
August 01, 2017

Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70

By Pippa Virdee
70 years later, the neighbors and rivals still struggle with the “unfinished business of partition.”

Who Is Responsible for the Gilgit-Baltistan Dispute?
March 29, 2017

Who Is Responsible for the Gilgit-Baltistan Dispute?

By Prateek Joshi
A recent British motion to condemn Pakistani control of the territory forgets that London made that control possible.
Remembering the Partition of India
March 05, 2016

Remembering the Partition of India

By Sanjay Kumar
Speaking to Nisid Hajari, journalist and author of Midnight’s Fury: The Deadly Legacy of Indian Partition.

August 15: Indians Remember Japan's Role in World War II Too
August 14, 2015

August 15: Indians Remember Japan's Role in World War II Too

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
On August 15, Indians will celebrate their independence--however, they too remember World War II.

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