Tag Archives: Rizwanur Rahman

This Morning’s Times of India

I know that print ads are placed well in advance, and are difficult to pull at short notice, but this morning this is what we see on the last page of Calcutta Times. And check out the fine print. Seriously, … Continue reading

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The Second Open Letter to Shahrukh Khan

Reposting this here. RBC Dear Shahrukh Let us (Conscience of Calcutta) thank you for ‘putting on hold’ the relationship of Knight Riders with Lux Industries. The speed with which your management responded has reinforced our conviction that the team’s owners … Continue reading

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Rooftop Meeting for Rizwanur on Monday

You will remember the campaign in front of St Xavier’s two years ago. It seems to have had lasting effects, belying the cynics, because as you’ve been hearing on the news, we’ve got Kolkata Knight Riders to carry out a … Continue reading

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Rizwan Khan Hasn’t Done His Homework

Is the first name of Shah Rukh Khan’s character in My Name is Khan an accident? Shah Rukh is the last person you would accuse of living down a hole in this country, so it’s unlikely that he was ignorant … Continue reading

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The Suicide of Justice

Yesterday a friend whom I met during the vigil for Rizwanur rang up to ask how the campaign was going. I didn’t have a lot of joy to give her. The disclosures we’ve had since I last blogged on the … Continue reading

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Watch and Wait

Our faith in the CBI probe so far appears to have been rightly placed. There has been a flurry of activity in the past few days, and all the things that should have been done within hours of the crime … Continue reading

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Victory for Now

Since the CBI probe has been mandated, for now the candlelight vigil is suspended. Today we celebrated the small victory we have had with a wonderful evening of street theatre and music. The evening started with a play by Rita … Continue reading

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