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Radicalisation via the internet puts India within slashing distance of the ISIS. In the light of the Dhaka attacks, can we protect ourselves?
MEETU JAIN

COVER STORY
Studies show that most ISIS recruits are well-integrated into social networks. They are not loners.
JASON BURKE

COVER STORY
Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen on what leads the youth to pursue terror and the need to reform Islam
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INTERVIEW
Former solicitor-general Gopal Subramaniam on what the society can collectively do to prevent radicalisation of youth
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INTERVIEW
Former Union home secretary, G.K. Pillai on how jehadi websites lure young people and what can be done to prevent radicalisation
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CAMPUS CONSENSUS
The challenge before the nat­ion is to reach out to disaffected young Muslims by addressing their concerns
HASAN SUROOR

INTERVIEW
AIMIM chief ­Asaduddin Owaisi on what the Modi government can do to prevent youth taking to extremism
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COVER STORY
Unless we recognise and address the political aspects of terrorism, we will be beating around the bush.
MAHTAB ALAM

INTERVIEW
National security advisor M.K. Narayanan on how India can prevent ISIS from taking root here.
MEETU JAIN INTERVIEWS M.K. NARAYANAN

COVER STORY
The media has to report stories of what Muslims have done for India rather than just write about terrorists
ANU AGA

COVER STORY
If communal passions and fear psychosis is used to win elections, you may win one state but lose the nation.
TARUN VIJAY

INTERVIEW
Public intellectual and social scientist Shiv Visvanathan on combating radicalisation and the State's role
MIHIR SRIVASTAVA INTERVIEWS SHIV VISVANATHAN

COVER STORY
Many young Muslims, marginalised in their own societies, have found in radical Islam a commitment to a larger cause
TALMIZ AHMAD

COVER STORY
Muslims need modern education. They have to share a part of the blame.
ZAMEER UDDIN SHAH

COVER STORY
It is true that ‘terrorism has no religion’. But that is not going to resolve the complex issue of Islamic terrorism confronting us.
RAKESH SINHA

COVER STORY
The judiciary should ensure that Muslims receive justice in riot cases
J.S. BANDUKWALA

COVER STORY
The BJP is imposing its ideology, and the whole state apparatus is being used to suppress the minorities.
S.A.R. Geelani

COVER STORY
We need to face the brute reality. Indian Muslims have been victimised ever since kar sevaks picked up pickaxes and trishuls.
SYEDA S. HAMEED

COVER STORY
There is a silent majority within Islam. Radicals aim to empower this community through extreme philosophy.
Syed Ata Hasnain

COVER STORY
No child is born a bigot. Hate is learned, and there is no doubt it can be unlearned.
S.Y. QURAISHI

COVER STORY
The Indian State must come forward to look after poor Muslim children or they turn out to be fodder for non-state actors like ISIS
Hamid Mir
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Managerial to the dot, or not exactly? The relayed message is: perform­, and don’t mess with Modi. But beneath, it’s mostly caste and khaki.
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LEADER COMMENT
For speaking on behalf of liberals across the country who are increasingly being held at ­ransom by hoodlums and lynch mobs
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