Project Dastaan uses digital experiences to create a virtual homecoming for the survivors of the Subcontinent's bloody partition in 1947.
Hindu nationalists like to cast themselves as patriots that put the country first. Their history of non-participation during the independence movement suggests that they were anything but patriots in India’s battle for freedom.
Seven decades later, the memory of partition violence is being replayed in the minds of Indian Muslims, the country's largest minority, opening the ‘settled’ questions of belonging and unbelonging.
August 14 marks the 73rd year of Pakistan's founding. It seems as if history has completed a full circle: the country is finally discovering the secular roots of its origin, as articulated by its founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
As Pakistan celebrates 73 years of independence from British colonial rule, a seemingly minor dispute regarding the construction of a Hindu temple is asking thorny questions about what the nation’s raison d'etre truly is.
The results of the election could have major repercussions for secessionist movements that threaten to tear Balkan borders apart.
Europe has been shaken by new political crises this year, with Catalan independence movement and Brexit raising fears that recent events may embolden separatists elsewhere on the continent.
Was it India that was divided during Partition?
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