A crackdown on minorities in Northeast India threatens to strip four million people of citizenship. Read in TIME.
Three years after a mob killed Mohammed Akhlaq alleging he ate beef, I go back to his family and villagers involved to unravel the template for hate perfected in Dadri, and flourishing in the close to 100 lynchings that have come after. Read in Harper's.
Template for Hate
Millions could be stateless in Assam
The Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize and Tata Literature Live! First Book Award (Nonfiction)
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NPR Best Books of 2014
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Rohini Mohan is a journalist writing on politics and human rights in South Asia. Her award-winning book, The Seasons of Trouble (2014) is a nonfiction account of three people living in postwar Sri Lanka. She is based in Bangalore, India.