Majoritarian States create a homogenous national subject in opposition to the idea of the “other” to sustain themselves. The construction of the “other” in the Indian context has seen …
Without rigorous appraisal of our existing school systems, with studies on the preparedness of the present teacher education system, one wonders how such a major shift has been propounded.
We have closely witnessed the beauty of their architecture, marvelled at their paintings, read their literature, relished the cuisine they perfected, flaunt clothing that they designed. Are we ready …
A look at three of Ambedkar's ideals which are essential if we want to build a better future for India.
After a long struggle, affirmative action policies allowed first-generation Dalit-Bahujan students to enter the university campuses and their entries into the campuses have been seen as a threat to …
It is well-nigh impossible for bigotry and hate to take root in a child or young person who possesses certain skills and qualities.
'Let our old memories light our way...'
Poetry as resistance.
'The princess is going to look her saviour in the eye / And tell him that she does not need saving.'
A poem on independant women who have no suitors as men feel intimidated by her.