'The time has come for India to awaken, once again, to light and freedom.'
A poem by an introvert on the struggle of settling into university life.
I’m an Artist, and I’m Not Free
A young artist on feeling stifled by stringent frameworks of gender, nation and 'respectable' art.
When Women Get Violent
The recent video of three women beating up a male YouTuber in Kerala after the police took no action on their complaint has sparked a deeper conversation about gender …
‘Mr Prime Minister, Speak Up’: A 17-Year-Old Writes to Narendra Modi
Your ambivalence, your silence and your neutrality is a statement in itself.
The Demagogue’s Spear
A poem on how political leaders crush dissent and imprison free thoughts.
We Do, We Are
This poem is dedicated to all those who are brave enough to stand up to the cowardly oppression of tyrannical forces in our country.
Review | Kolkata’s Park Circus Is Dropping Beats to Existential Urban Truths
The Kolkata hip-hop act's eponymous eight-track album leaves a great amount of serious food-for-thought material for you to chomp on
JNU Protests: State, Students and the State of Students
Is the idea of affordable education for everyone really this revolutionary that it is countered by such force?