Before the gate was constructed, we had free access to those natural reserves of equality, logic and free thinking.
Some Hindu students claim they feel intimidated at Jamia Millia Islamia, while others see their protest as a way to stoke communal tension.
One of Kolkata's most prominent youth theatre groups is struggling to defend itself after several women accused its director of sexual harassment.
A peek into the life and times of a dwindling profession – the photographers that throng the Gateway of India.
An FAQ on why students at Aligarh Muslim University are protesting, and why Jinnah's portrait has nothing to do with it.
If we cannot sustain ourselves, there is no point of a degree with the BITS Pilani’s registrar’s stamp on it.
Whether we are online or at an art exhibition, one can never tell who the nationalists are, or when they might reveal themselves.
This photo series attempts to subvert the traditional ways in which we view the 'feminine'
Is our political climate – with the mud-slinging, hyperbole and theatrics – seeming more and more like a TV drama?
A poem about the monotony of our technology-filled lives – what's real anymore and what's not?