Art & Literature

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A Sense of Belonging

A Sense of Belonging

Wounds of children glow like scintillating ribbons around the  black  waist of ironies taking with them the scent of blushed cheeks of childhood my seasons  are memories of birds that  perch on charred branches writing letters of songs to  smug spring frozen in  traps of rhetoric I won’t come to you In the  syntax of  […]

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A Cricketer’s Journey Of Broken Trust !

A Cricketer’s Journey Of Broken Trust !

“To live without you is death to me,   My Love! But some call it life”   ~Rumi He always began his innings with the intention to take his side home, when he used to come all guns blazing against the opponent, he was the team’s trust, yet he ever didn’t knew that this trust in […]

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LIFE IN CHAINS

LIFE IN CHAINS

O mighty world! don’t grip their feeble World They will rule themselves don’t rule their world Nature has vouchsafed their world with joy! why they are gyved with your desire chains? Hearts feel where solace that place is real paradise So, lessen their burden make them human O world Those sounds which often Adore the […]

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All You Need To Know About the AMUSU’s ‘All India Media Meet-2017’

All You Need To Know About the AMUSU’s  ‘All India Media Meet-2017’

Aligarh Muslim University Students’ Union is all set to organize ‘All India Media Meet- 2017’ on April 8, 2017. Under the traditional calendar, the students’ union is obliged to arrange one national level media meet every year. The purpose of this event is claimed to reflect a good image of AMU in the national arena […]

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Breathe – A Poem on Syria

Breathe – A Poem on Syria

Breathe, Breathe because you are thriving While today my nostrils Tried to discover oxygen In the air But my lungs inhaled Sarin and Chlorine And I respired life Drop by drop… Breathe, Because still oxygen can dwell In your lungs Breathe, Because today your body Was not founded in massacred humans We tried to fit […]

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Syria, In Solidarity

Syria, In Solidarity

Fazili Zabirah* Their blood The cheapest Of all. No condemnations No sympathies Either. They spill it Like water Gladly. Who shall raise A voice Sternly? Who shall demand Justice for them These Unfortunate kids? Victims Of War Senseless war. How many lives Are yet To be Consumed? Ponder,  O Man Ponder! *Poet is an English […]

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Hegel, Fanon and the Problem of Recognition-Part l

Hegel, Fanon and the Problem of Recognition-Part l

Ali Sobhi Harfouch* It is no longer, better yet it has never been tenable to critique Hegel on the basis that he is a “philosopher of imperialism” or on the grounds that his philosophical works are “Eurocentric” or grounded in “racism”. These critiques amount to nothing short of inverted racism, a reification of the same […]

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Paper on bench, Student on bed

Paper on bench, Student on bed

Saif Ali* Paper on bench,student on bed. The results declared, the student dead.   Mother dreamed him an apex seat. But his blood has adorned street.   Working hard ,day and night. Dreamed a lot ,but no eye sight.   Pellets have pierced his every part. Habitual of facing heavy gun shot.   Treading on […]

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The Smiling Goodbye!!!- A love Story

The Smiling Goodbye!!!- A love Story

Salman Jeelani* “Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes, for those who love with heart and soul, there is no such thing as separation.” ~Rumi In the moonlit night, away from the holy land, penning down this, not knowing whether the plea will reach her, whether it will touch her lifeline and […]

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Khoon De Baaraw – A Poem

Khoon De Baaraw – A Poem

Fazili Zabirah* As the snowflakes kiss My lips I taste blood And It seems As if My martyrs up there Shower blood In retaliation to The bullets showered. It seems As if They remind me Of that night That passed That haunting night! It seems As if To keep the flashbacks stuck To my memory […]