Book Review: Madhav Hada’s ‘Meera Vs Meera’

By Atiqa Kelsy
Trying to know Meera is like waking right into the middle of the famous Sheesh Mahal. The person right in the centre is reflected in the countless mirrors. It is so tempting to get lost in those dazzling reflections and forget the real source – the person. Meera Vs Meera is an attempt to help us focus back on to the person and not the dazzling images.

Book Review: Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhury and Ranabir Samaddar’s ‘The Rohingya in South Asia: People Without a State’

By Hemaadri Singh Rana
However, with its cogency on legal instruments on statelessness in India and robust arguments on the need to change the condition of Rohingya, the book is of contemporary relevance and may attract legal scholars and policymakers working in the field of refugee studies and social sciences.