Wasim Mirza


Wasim Mirza is a contributing writer to The New Leam. She is also a Culture Historian - based in Hyderabad, India.

JNU Violence, a Deaf Administration and a Spectator Called Delhi Police

Extreme violence and an attack broke out inside the premises of the Jawaharlal Nehru...

Read more

Shaheen Bagh: A Testament to Muslim Women’s Arrival in Indian Politics

The country’s capital, New Delhi may be witnessing one of the coldest winters in the...

Read more

Will the contentious Data Protection Bill make India an Orwellian State?

The contentious Personal Data Protection Bill has received the staunch criticism of the...

Read more

Climate Change has Much to do with Bihar Politics: CM Nitish Kumar Undertakes Yatra

“Jal, Jeevan,Haryali”, yes that’s the name of Nitish Kumar’s new rally across the...

Read more

“People are Underestimating the Force of Angry Kids”, Says Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

The vivacious, courageous and thoroughly determined teenager Greta Thunberg reminds us of...

Read more

A Nationwide NRC Exercise and the Heavy Price of Citizenship in India

On November 20, Home Minister Amit Shah declared in Parliament that the government would...

Read more

Shrouded in Pollution and Bureaucratic Neglect, Will the Taj Mahal be saved?

The Taj Mahal is perhaps the most iconic monument in India aand for decades it has been...

Read more

‘A Dog and His Man’: When Chattisgarh’s Villages Disappeared Due to Coal Mining

Siddharth Tripathy’s film ‘A Dog And His Man’ is much more than a film made in the...

Read more

Digital Expression and our Obsession with Emojis

We live in a world where digital communication has become a central component of our...

Read more

Dramatics as Pedagogy in Classrooms

There have been various attempts in the history of educational pedagogy to rethink and...

Read more