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May 27, 2019

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Very true Namit and extremely well written ! Most people seem to have a "tunnel vision" about the Modi regime focusing only on the "Pseudo-Development factor" while ignoring the other atrocities. As if some kind of a mass hypnosis is at play that is fed on ultra-nationalism enhanced by the Pulwama and Balakot surgical strikes. It is intriguing that the voice of reason is completely lost and arguments with your friends or relatives (about the fate of minorities) will have you branded as an "anti-national" entity. If this is the price we have to pay to make India the third largest economy in the world then it is sad and really scary. I love my country but no amount of "Development"- (if that happens at all) can compensate for the loss of secularism and democracy.

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New Book by Namit Arora

  • The Lottery of Birth reveals Namit Arora to be one of our finest critics. In a raucous public sphere marked by blame and recrimination, these essays announce a bracing sensibility, as compassionate as it is curious, intelligent and nuanced.” —Pankaj Mishra

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Namit wins 3QD Arts & Literature Prize 2011

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