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Battle Over Textbook Revision in Karnataka Has Helped Expose the Ideology of Brahminical-Hindutva
Though the resistance is growing and evolving on the ideological plane, it currrently lacks the ability to see through the designs of the RSS-BJP – leave alone defeat it.
Amid ‘Saffronisation’ Claims, Karnataka Govt Doubles Down on Textbook Syllabus Changes
Political parties, writers' and women's bodies, and NGOs have decided to stage a state-level protest against the changes.
Bhagat Singh: An Unsung Hero of Political Journalism
Despite being a widely celebrated figure in India's protracted freedom struggle, Bhagat Singh's role as a fearless and pioneering journalist at the time is often overlooked.
Shoojit Sircar Cracks the Biopic Code With ‘Sardar Udham’
The movie understands that only a ‘360-degree-filmmaking’ – marked by contexts, contradictions and complexities – can help grasp the true essence of Indian martyrs.
Why We Need Popular Hindi Cinema That Is Political
Ideas of truth, power and politics need to return to mainstream cinema. Fearlessly.
The Forgotten Champions of Indian Independence
As India celebrates its 74th Independence Day, it is time to revive the stories of these men and women, whose actions deserve a central place in the collective consciousness …
The Anatomy of Revolutionary Violence
Violence must not be made the apparatus of justice if we do not intend it to be the law in the new world born in the aftermath.
I am The Voice They Tried to Suppress
All those silent in these times, we need you.
When I Stood For DUSU President
Being a woman candidate who had curfew timings at home, campaigning during the night was freedom for me.