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Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Danish Raza

Danish Raza


Danish Raza is a special correspondent with the Hindustan Times. He covers gender, identity politics, human rights, conflicts and online speech.

articles by Danish Raza (155 results)
Mar 24, 2019 12:21
Bhojpuri rappers are getting massive hits on YouTube. The surprise is that not all of them are from Bihar! Leading the pack is a boy from Punjab read more
Mar 08, 2019 23:20
Once they danced for royalty and were known for their lavish lifestyles. But dwindling patronage and a changing cultural market have pushed mujra performers to the margins read more
Feb 15, 2019 22:31
They rein in man-eaters and pull the trigger as a last option. This tough job has earned them admirers and critics. read more
Jan 28, 2019 14:43
First time voter, Binish Humayun says she will opt for the party that lays stress on education, women’s issues. read more
Jan 19, 2019 16:53
Horror was a steady seller in the world of Hindi pulp fiction, traditionally dominated by crime stories. Now, e-books & online sales are giving the subgenre new life read more
Dec 07, 2018 20:58
With professional storytellers taking centre stage at literary festivals, private gatherings and other events, narrating stories to an audience has moved beyond being a bedtime activity for children read more
Nov 23, 2018 23:10
A quiet revolution is sweeping the hinterland—more and more theatre enthusiasts are coming together in group and performing plays regularly read more
Nov 11, 2018 08:48
According to the note on the bayonet, Singh got all the respect in the hospital that a senior officer in the British Indian Army was entitled to including private room and dedicated staff. read more
Oct 26, 2018 22:45
Even today, the custodians of the centuries-old Dilli Gharana of music, known for its Khayal gayaki, live and practice their art in the old, romantically named Mausiqi Manzil in the Walled City. But with changing times and commercialisation, they are... read more
Oct 12, 2018 23:30
HT finds out that inter-country adoption is still a work in progress read more
Aug 31, 2018 21:44
Hazrat Shah Waliullah Public Library is home to about 20,000 books, including rare works in Urdu, Persian and Arabic read more
Aug 31, 2018 21:19
The Beatles and the Yeti, among others, livened up things at the ninth edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival in Bhutan read more
Aug 03, 2018 23:52
It is said that if you die in Kashi, you are liberated from the cycle of birth and rebirth. For centuries, this is what has motivated the devout to go to Varanasi in their last days. Or last years, in many cases read more
Jul 21, 2018 19:21
Rising incomes, changing attitudes, and a virtuous cycle of successful outcomes at regional clinics are making IVF popular outside the metros. read more
Jul 20, 2018 21:22
The sun has set on the once profitable soft porn video film industry of the web, with its ten-minute low-budget films shot in rented farmhouses and airless flats. read more