Research Publications

Analysis of Parliamentary Question Hour Data, Mass Media Data, and Social Media Data to Study the Discourse on Policies
ACM Compass 2019.
Anirban Sen (IIT Delhi), Debanjan Ghatak (IIT Delhi), Kapil Kumar (IIT Delhi), Deepak Bansal (IIT Delhi), Gurjeet Khanuja (IIT Delhi), Kumari Rekha (IIT Delhi), Mehak Gupta (IIT Delhi), Saloni Bhogale (Ashoka University), Priyamvada Trivedi (Ashoka University), and Aaditeshwar Seth (IIT Delhi)

The Struggle of RTI Activists in Gujarat
Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 53, Issue No. 33, 18 Aug, 2018
By Christophe Jaffrelot, Basim-U-Nissa

The Transformation of Backward Class Politics in Uttar Pradesh
Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 53, Issue No. 33, 18 Aug, 2018
By Gilles Verniers (2018)

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Feb 15, 2020 | Gilles Verniers, Basim-u-Nissa, Saloni Bhogale & Mohit Kumar

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Delhi riots are a variant of a post-Gujarat 2002 pattern of violence that crystallised in UP in the 2000s: it intended not only to polarise, but also to ghettoize. It was related to elections, but took place after, as a revenge in the looser's bastions. https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/remaking-the-riot-delhi-violence-1984-2002-gujarat-6291698/

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