TQ Chāt | # 16

Aug 2014

dN4BUhi

Pakistani media math = azadi + inqelabi march >> war.

We refuse to forget that bombs and bullets are extinguishing lives in Waziristan.
Check out Tanqeed’s publications from the last week(ish) on Zarb-e-Azb.

Currency used in POW camps established by the British in India in 1941 as a result of the large number of POWs captured during the North Africa campaign.

Currency used in POW camps established by the British in India in 1941 as a result of the large number of POWs captured during the North Africa campaign.

And now that we have your attention away from Immi Bhai and the Maulvi, here’s the best of the internet from last week:

Dawn Editorial — The Forgotten War

What are we doing to Waziristan? Part I & II by Ayaz Wazir

Archive of Indian Music — The repository of gramophone recordings of India

تماشا، تماشائی اور مداری — تنقيد ايڈيٹر سلمان حیدر کا تبصرا

 شاہد اختر– دنٹم پَسوُ

Pre-partition India provided more than 1.27 million men to the Allies during the First World War. Here a squad of Indian lancers on patrol in France during the First World War. Photo Courtesy-French National Library

Pre-partition India provided more than 1.27 million men to the Allies during the First World War. Here a squad of Indian lancers on patrol in France during the First World War. Photo Courtesy-French National Library

bell hooks — Killing Rage

Rafia Zakaria — Words of a Woman

Henry A. Giroux — The Militarization of Racism and Neoliberal Violence

Subcontinental Drift: Philosophy in Islamic India

Laleh Kalili — Time in The Shadows: Confinement in Counterinsurgencies

and if you must think of Immi, here are some productive thoughts:

Harris Khalique — The rigging Khan doesn’t see

The forgotten war and the Imran that went missing

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