Delhi Pogrom

Delhi Muslims fear they will never see justice for religious riot...

By Hannah Ellis-Petersen and Shaikh Azizur Rahman For a year, Irfan has remained almost entirely in his house, too terrified to leave. A Muslim living in north-east Delhi,...

One year later, many survivors of Delhi riots struggle to access...

By Ankita Ramgopal & Aditi Saraswat Mohammed Asif and his family narrowly escaped death when a rioting mob arrived at their home in North East Delhi’s Shiv...

A Year After the Delhi Violence, a Letter to Our Friends...

By Tamanna Pankaj and Sabah A year after the pogrom in Delhi, there are two dimensions to the magnitude of loss. The first is more...

Muslim victims of 2020 Delhi violence ‘losing hopes of justice’

The shooter shouted “Victory to Lord Ram,” the Hindu god, before pulling the trigger that sent a bullet into Muhammad Nasir Khan’s left eye. Khan...

Delhi riots, a year later

Three quarters of a century after a new nation was born, we still inflict immense suffering on ourselves, tearing the nation’s identity apart into...

1 Year Of Delhi Pogrom: Anatomy Of Killings, Trauma, Forced Segregation...

By Ahmad Khan Delhi Pogrom was a state-sponsored attack on Muslims of northeast Delhi that took place last year on 23rd February as armed Hindu...

A year on, Delhi riot victims struggle to cope with depression,...

BY BISMEE TASKIN and FATIMA KHAN New Delhi: Around this time a year ago, four-year-old Alisha would wait for her doting father Aamir to bring her toys, fruits,...

Betrayed by friends, state and fate: A year on, Delhi riots...

By Ashlin Mathew “If we move from Shiv Vihar where we have been staying for more than 20 years, where will we go? How long...

Fear, silent migration: A year after anti-Muslim riots in Delhi

By Hanan Zaffar and Hasan Akram New Delhi, India – Nisha Mewati and her family had been living peacefully in northeast Delhi’s Shiv Vihar area – a mixed-neighbourhood where...

Why the 2020 violence in Delhi was a pogrom

By Aiman Khan , Ishita Chakrabarty A Delhi municipal worker stands next to the remains of vehicles, steel cupboards and other materials on a street...

700 victims of Delhi riots file claims for damages

By karn pratap singh The North East Delhi Riots Claims Commission (NEDRCC) which was set up by the Delhi government to evaluate the damage to...

Delhi riots victims, lawyers allege police pressure to drop cases

By Hanan Zaffar and Hasan Akram New Delhi, India – Lawyers, activists and victims of last year’s anti-Muslim violence in the Indian capital have accused the...

Redressal Process for Delhi Riot Victims Proves to Be Yet Another...

By Yash Kumbhat and Eklavya Vasudev This is the first article in a three-part series critiquing the Delhi government’s assistance scheme for the rehabilitation of...