Articles by Farrukh Dhondy

  • Sunday-key-Monday Sunday-key-Monday

    May 2018

    FICTION

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  • Jesus in the throat Jesus in the throat

    April 2017

    (This is a short story from our March 2016 print quarterly, ‘At the Cost of Health’. See more from the issue here.) Bombay, as it used to be called, was the great bustling city where my aunt, uncle and cousins lived and I would visit them in my holidays from my own sleepy town, a […]

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  • Umbra Umbra

    March 2016

    A short story

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  • A collective madness

    I. R. Sheikh, 13 August 2019

    Please don't compare India to Pakistan.
    We have our fair share of bigots.They are vocal, and our relatively free press gives them more space than I ...

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  • The audacity of ‘sitting improperly’

    Fran Winston, 02 August 2019

    Kudos to you. In the west I appreciate we take our travel liberties for granted and it’s easy to forget that some of our sisters are still oppressed...

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  • The audacity of ‘sitting improperly’

    M. Khalid Jamil, 28 July 2019

    A nice piece to read, I am not a feminist and its been a very long time since any women sat on bike with me but I remember I always asked women (from ...

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