A debate on social media and its influences on the youth between two characters from 'Hamlet'.
When Kavya was on her way to her friend Shamsheena's house to eat biryani on Eid ul Adha, she had no idea that the police would get involved.
A poem on resurrecting democracy and secularism.
A series of sculptures by artist Debanjan Roy peels back a layer on the appropriation of Gandhi by polarising forces while 'humanising someone who loved humanity'.
Annie Zaidi's 2019 novel 'Prelude to a Riot' traces the divided spectrum of the Indian milieu, of its origin and continuation as the majority continues to thrive through the …
Doubt can be uncomfortable. It is often tempting to jump to conclusions. But Keats counsels otherwise.
"It wasn’t a loss to my or someone else’s family. It was a loss to humanity."
As soon as the protestors are shifted into the bracket of “them”, it becomes easy to discredit their arguments, their logic, their rationale, their pain and their demands.