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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Islamic schools try to lift veil of suspicion, Dubious in Dubai, Zadie Smith's rules for writers

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The Trappers and the Trapped
The Unstated Script of the Wiesel Open Letter to President Obama
China to avoid investing in PoK for Indo-Pak talks success
India slaps dumping duty slapped on steel, tyre imports mainly from China
Wit and wisdom at Toronto's salon nights
Islamic schools try to lift veil of suspicion
Dubious in Dubai
Israeli Abusive Administrative Detentions
A History Lesson for Obama
Rahimullah Yusufzai on the Taliban, Al-Qaida and the ‘Af-Pak’ theatre
Dolphins Turn Diabetes Off and On -- Hope for Humans?
H.V.F. Winstone: Writer, scholar and authority on the Middle East
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: If you don't want immigrants, will you then do their jobs?
Robert Fisk’s World: An eventful, yet typical, day out with Our Man in Jerusalem
The Most Amazing Libraries In The World Part Two (PHOTOS, POLL)
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: The Voice Of Pakistan
Harvard Fellow calls for genocidal measure to curb Palestinian births
Jerusalem families come out against museum built on ancestors' graves
Chandra Muzaffar On Allah Controversy In Malaysia
Communal Violence Bill: How Useful To Victims?
Zadie Smith's rules for writersLink
Will Self's rules for writers
Michael Moorcock's rules for writers
Pluralism: Shari’a and minority rights in Egypt
So Long Pakistan!
Diplomats Could Hold Key to India-Pakistan Talks

A G Noorani-- KERALA is a devastating refutation of Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s two-nation theory and its corollary, Muslim “homelands” are only in Pakistan provinces. Islam came to Kerala before it reached northern India and is practised with greater devotion and with none of the sectarian bigotry witnessed in Pakistan. It strikingly resembles Kashmir and not just in the beauty of the land or the exquisiteness of its food, its Muslims have a distinct ethos and are proud of it. The architecture of the mosques in Kerala as in Kashmir is altogether different.

These five books must be appraised along with their publishers. Other Books is an independent book distribution and publishing initiative by a collective of university students, academicians and social activists to widen contemporary discourse on various subjects distributing and publishing books that seek to embrace alternative and critical perspectives.


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