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Thursday, Feb 20, 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)
Feb 07, 2016 12:14
More than 150 days after they died in alleged police firing, the bodies of nine people remain unburied in Manipur. They died during street protests by the state’s tribal population, against three bills which they claim will deprive them of their rights.... read more
Jan 25, 2016 22:06
Amid much fanfare, Shatrughan Sinha promoted his book, Anything But Khamosh: The Shatrughan Sinha Biography on the last day of the Jaipur Literature Festival. On the panel of the session were Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, writer Bharathi S Pradhan,... read more
Jan 25, 2016 20:51
The picture presented by American activist and Vice columnist Molly Crabapple at the session entitled Eyeless in Gaza at the Jaipur Literature Festival in Jaipur on Monday gave the audience a fair idea of the situation in Gaza, which has only got worse... read more
Jan 24, 2016 19:17
“The crisis is not often what you think. It’s not necessarily the stroke. The most common crisis moment is the fall. They might have broken their hip, or they may have crashed a car,” said Atul Gawande, the US-based surgeon, writer and public health... read more
Jan 23, 2016 14:24
So how does longform journalism lift reportage and take it beyond pedestrian daily news coverage? That’s what was discussed during a session on the form that brought together some of its best practitioners. read more
Jan 22, 2016 20:49
Before debating whether there has been an end to privacy, individuals might need to ask themselves about what exactly constitutes privacy and also if they are at all concerned about it. The session Total Recall: The End of Privacy on the second day of... read more
Jan 22, 2016 19:53
The nine had died between August 31 and September 1 last year while protesting against the Manipur assembly passing three controversial bills allegedly aimed at depriving tribals of the right to their land, and benefitting only those living in the v... read more
Jan 21, 2016 17:59
An interesting question by the former foreign secretary Shyam Saran debated the existence of a deeper affinity spanning across the subcontinent. “Is there a message we are missing?” he asked. read more
Jan 02, 2016 10:22
An exhibition of the works of Japanese picture book artists connects viewers with the child within. read more
Dec 14, 2015 00:50
The detention of Santosh Yadav and Somaru Nag which their supporters see as unlawful and an act of intimidation, is snowballing into a faceoff between journalists and authorities as violation of human rights and free speech have come under the spotlight... read more
Dec 06, 2015 13:18
Screen Shots – Notes from the Dharamshala International Film Festival where films beyond typical Bollywood blockbusters got a showing. read more
Nov 28, 2015 12:59
Fibre Fables, which features collaborations between 11 artists and 40 weavers, showcases the beauty of our sadly endangered weaving traditions. read more
Oct 31, 2015 14:32
Now in its fifth edition, the annual Short+Sweet theatre festival presents a fresh collection of crisp ten-minute plays. read more
Oct 18, 2015 12:33
Six months after the earthquake that devastated Nepal, HT finds out how people are dealing with disaster and displacement amid the changing climate. read more
Sep 19, 2015 16:12
The Cosmology to Cartography exhibition at the National Museum juxtaposes paintings of religious symbolism with historical maps read more