On December 15, 2019, Delhi police personnel charged inside the campus of Jamia Millia Islamia and brutally assaulted students.
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We Lost Much More Than a Cricket Match on Sunday Night
Sports is a mighty leveller. Cricket in India was no exception, but something has snapped somewhere.
The Filtered Light of Freedom
A poem on the release on bail of activists Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Iqbal Tanha.
Book Review | Chronicling ‘Our Freedoms’ in a Broken World
Edited by Nilanjana S. Roy, 'Our Freedoms' is an anthology of essays which serve as a repository of our collective and individual consciences.
Voices From Beyond
A fictional story from the age of COVID-19.
Remembering Gauri Lankesh
In her death, she reminded us how to be fearless again.
11 Reason Why 2020 Was a Turning Point for the Better
A lot of good things also happened in 2020; events that might, in the course of time, become more instrumental than the pandemic itself.
The Conundrum Facing India’s Aspiring Journalists
The aspiring journalist of today is being made very aware that there is a price to pay when unwanted truths tumble out.
Arrest of Pinjra Tod Activists: Yet Another Diversionary Tactic by the Centre
The active attempt to instil fear and anxiety among minorities and dissenters calls for unprecedented solidarity across all movements.
Student Protests: Rewriting Justice by Turning Fiction Into Fact
The Komal Sharmas are left free but someone like Safoora Zargar, who fought for democracy and love, is behind bars.