Silence is the food he has been feeding since 2002. / He knows the power of silence. / It kills more than the bullets.
On World Press Freedom Day, an artist’s tribute to all who are fighting for the truth.
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 …
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 poem on how India is witnessing an erosion of constitutional values that could have made us a successful Republic.
No matter how much one feels one is doing to contribute to a democratic movement, there is always more that can be done.
Extending reservations to the 'upper castes' who are poor or singly disadvantaged delegitimises the concept of double disadvantage: social marginalisation and economic ill-being.
An extract from Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee's book 'Nehru and the Spirit of India'.
This position paper on 'Knowledge of India' aggressively canvasses the agenda to re-assert Brahmanical ethos, intellectual currents and social order as the only "authentic" Indian knowledge system.