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Friday, Feb 21, 2020
Furquan Ameen Siddiqui

Furquan Ameen Siddiqui

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Furquan Ameen Siddiqui was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers. He no longer works with the Hindustan Times.

articles by Furquan Ameen Siddiqui (95 results)
Jul 03, 2016 01:09
Is India Asia’s deadliest country for journalists? From legal harassment and state repression to murder, scribes now work amid increasing danger read more
Jul 03, 2016 00:58
He may not be as blunt as his predecessor but Justice CK Prasad, who took over the chairmanship of PCI in November 2014, has strong opinions about journalism in India. In an interview, Prasad talks about threats to journalists, the state of Indian media... read more
Jul 01, 2016 23:12
Horror in the Bylanes is a series of horror films set in the city, about the city, forged largely from the perspective of an outsider – a traveller, a visitor, an immigrant. read more
Jun 03, 2016 21:15
National School of Drama’s annual theatre festival has a mix of old classics and new productions read more
May 27, 2016 20:31
Sunil Shanbag’s play Loretta revolves around the concepts of identity, chauvinistic pride and anxieties read more
May 21, 2016 18:20
Through photos, art, documents and personal stories, an exhibition on Partition evokes poignant memories of 1947 read more
May 14, 2016 23:50
The recent spate of suicides in Kota, the heart of India’s coaching industry, has forced the country to confront the unrealistic expectations it imposes on the young. HT speaks to students in Kota about the pressures and the anxiety that cloud their... read more
May 01, 2016 13:33
Gandhi fought for the indigo farmers in Champaran, but does he still survive in the region’s collective memory? HT visits Bihar as it celebrates 100 years of the Champaran satyagraha read more
Apr 17, 2016 12:00
The liquor ban in Bihar adds another chapter to the chequered history of prohibition in India. But does prohibition really work? read more
Apr 09, 2016 13:17
Two photographers, an Indian and a Frenchman, inspired by Radha-Krishna and the beauty of flowers, bring new perspectives to the artistic depiction of the botanical world. read more
Apr 08, 2016 19:30
In Assam, the river takes away acres of land every year but the displaced are yet to get the benefits of the rehabilitation scheme launched last year read more
Apr 04, 2016 21:22
Many people could not vote in the Assam assembly elections on April 11 because they are D-voters, people who can’t prove Indian citizenship and are barred from voting. read more
Apr 04, 2016 19:16
Locals’ discontent over the delayed construction of the Bogibeel bridge is being used by the BJP to target Congress in Assam, during assembly elections. Sanctioned in 1997, the bridge has missed several deadlines. read more
Apr 04, 2016 17:14
When in tea gardens, talk about selling tea. On March 25, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Assam’s Tinsukia he did just that. Directed at the people living in the tea belt of upper Assam, his speech included a familiar tale of a chaiwallah. But... read more
Mar 12, 2016 11:14
With an open library and a healthy mix of high brow, popular, and celebrity writers, this year’s Spring Fever festival promises to be a stimulating event. read more