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>The Trouble With Azaadi

>I would like all visitors to take a look at this post I came across recently:

Qalandar makes a point that’s usually not given much space for discussion in the subcontinental forums, especially when passions run really high and national movements are deigned to be the only path for subverting existing nation-state strangleholds.

I’ll return with my observations later.


2 comments on “>The Trouble With Azaadi

  1. Qalandar
    September 10, 2008

    >Thanks for cross-posting this Nabina — and thanks to the introduction to your blog that has afforded me…

  2. fleuve-souterrain
    September 10, 2008

    >Qalandar, I am happy to spread the discussion… it’s high time we thought outside the fervor for post-colonial nation-state building as if that were the only idea monolith we were left with.Thanks for visiting my blog. I’ve blogrolled you, so will have an eye on your updates.

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This entry was posted on September 10, 2008 by in arundhati roy, azaadi, india, kashmir, nation, national, pakistan.
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