A personal account on caste-based discrimination in college campuses – and beyond.
A poem on the thought of not belonging.
A poem on turning a blind eye to the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
A teenage campus resident's personal account of how the violence unfolded in the university, which has been home for a decade for her family, on Sunday night.
As news of police action in my former university against protesting students began to emerge, my parents did what they learnt from best: shut me down.
Rather than the open, vibrant space one would expect it to be, authoritarian and incompetent teachers rule the roost.