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Politics of Massacres, Riots and Communal Conflicts

1984 Massacre of Sikhs
Issue No.
Gangster Rule: The Massacre of the Sikhs in 1984 25 Nov-Dec 1984
Organised Riots Against The Sikhs: Petition To the Supreme Court 25 Nov-Dec 1984
The 1984 Elections: United We Fall – Into The Trap of Manipulators 26 Jan-Feb 1985
A Ray of Hope: Prabhu Dayal: A Martyr who Died Saving Others 26 Jan-Feb 1985
Those Who Remain: Nagrik Ekta Manch Volunteers Report 26 Jan-Feb 1985
The Struggle to Make Government Fulfill its Promises: Volunteers Report On Government Relief and Compensation 26 Jan-Feb 1985
Lest We Forget 26 Jan-Feb 1985
"From Day to Day, Envisioning Tomorrow" 36 Sep-Oct 1986
Changing the Rules of Political Game: Tribute to the Memory of Prabhu Dayal 39 Mar-Apr 1987
Need to Re-establish Links: Discussions with Sikh Communities in North America 41 Jul-Aug 1987
Religion at the Service of Nationalism 76 May-Jun 1993
Hindu-Muslim Riots
Men Riot, Women Are Imprisoned: Reports from Biharsharif and Ahmedabad 9 Mar-Apr 1981
Why This Slow Murder? SEWA Report on Ahmedabad Communal Violence 33 Mar-Apr 1986
Violence and the 1989 Elections: Implications for Women (Meerut) 54-55 Sep-Dec 1989
Safety is Indivisible: The Warning from Bombay Riots (On Bombay Riots) 74-75 Jan- Apr 1993
Behrampada – A Besieged Basti 74-75 Jan-Apr 1993
The Nightmare of Surat 74-75 Jan-Apr 1993
The Politics of Communal Polarisation: A Precursor to the Gujarat Carnage 129 Mar-Apr 2002
“They didn’t even know & they were punished”: Pseudo Hindus Run Amok in Gujarat 129 Mar-Apr 2002
Extract from: Majoritarianism vs Minoritarianism: Hindu-Muslim Relations in Post-Independence India    
Sangh Parivar's Ram Mandir Campaign
In Defence of Our Dharma: A Critique of BJP's Ram Mandir Campaign 60 Sep-Oct 1990
The Followers of Godse: The Aftermath of the Babri Masjid Demolition in Ayodhya 73 Nov-Dec 1992
The Murder of Baba Lal Das: An Investigative Report 79 Nov-Dec 1993
Criminalisation of Politics 79
Nov-Dec 1993
"I Wonder How I am Still Alive": Interview with Late Baba Lal Das of Ram Lalla Mandir in Ayodhya just before he was murdered 79 Nov-Dec 1993
Temple Takeovers: Interview with Rama Chandra Acharya of Ayodhya 79
Nov-Dec 1993
Politics of Hate Mongers
Religion at the Service of Nationalism 76 May-Jun 1993
Shivshahi in the Mohalla: How Shiv Sena Entrenched Itself in Bombay
"Read Part 2, 3, 4 of this paper by Julia Eckhert in Issue Nos: 130, 131 & 134"
129 Mar -Apr 2002
The Charisma of Autocracy: Bal Thackeray’s Dictatorship in Shiv Sena 130 May-Jun 2002
Shivshahi in Limbo: The Violent Theatrics of Shivsena 131 Jul-Aug 2002
Enmity as Programme: Shivsena’s Cult of Militancy 134 Jan-Feb 2003
The Body as Symbol 141 Mar-Apr 2004
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