The police force in India seem to lack the desired empathy and are frequently alleged to have abused their power.
Training and Gear, Not Lathi-Charges, Would Help the Police Fight COVID-19
Brutality, aside from being illegal, is simply counterproductive. It will alienate people from being part of joint effort between the state and citizens to halt the spread of this …
Waiting For the Light to Change
A poem about the endless hope for things to get better – at a traffic signal.
BHU: The Death of a University
Someone once told me that the nature of protests in a university depicts its true health. Looking at BHU I fear it is dead.
We Need to Create a Vocabulary of Protest Which Resonates with Students, Citizens
As students, this is our moment and we must own it. We have something that this regime lacks: the power of imagination and the ability to think and ask …
‘Man Tried to Molest Me; Officers, TTE Remained Silent’: How Indian Railways Ignores Women’s Safety
At Agra station, the TTE who bore witness to the incident and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) officer to whom I complained remained silent.
Are You Burnt out at Work? Ask Yourself These Four Questions
This 'occupational phenomenon' does not discriminate based on your job. No matter what you do, extreme stress may cause burnout and here's what you need to know.
Love at the Edge of the City
Nobody loves Mumbai's Marine Drive as much as young lovers with a need for space and no money for cafes or hotels.