TQ Chāt |# 28

Mar 2015

This week in the Internet:

Art in Post-Normal Times

Mobile Life on the Frontiers of Crossroads Asia

VIDEO: Richard Eaton: “Vernacularism From Above and Below”

‘We’re ousted from Senate chairman, deputy chairman polls’ — Dawn speaks to Dr Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal, a representative of a group of MNAs from FATA

VIDEO: Will Hindu males alone benefit from India’s growth, student asks IMF chief

Helen Keller meets with Rabindranath Tagore in New York City, 1921. Courtesy of the Perkins School for the Blind Archives and featured in the Meridian International Center #KindredNations Exhibit.

Helen Keller meets with Rabindranath Tagore in New York City, 1921.
Courtesy of the Perkins School for the Blind Archives and featured in the Meridian International Center #KindredNations Exhibit.

How the FBI Created a Terrorist

The bazaar and mosque

The opiate trade

These miniature paintings show how the Mughals and other Indians royals celebrated Holi

A Mutual Fascination: Indians in Brighton During the First World War

VIDEO: US State Department announces “Long-standing” policy against backing coups, is met by laughs

The emperor Jehangir celebrating Holi with the ladies of the zenana, c 1800. Photo credit: Chester Beatty Library.

The emperor Jehangir celebrating Holi with the ladies of the zenana, c 1800. Photo credit: Chester Beatty Library.

 

This week at Tanqeed:

Dangerous Precedent: Why the Qadri Verdict Can Do More Harm Than Good

Balochi, Urdu

Why Are Women Verbally Abused?

Remembering Perween Rahman (1957-2013) | Invisible Cities

 

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