Some days I really wish every conversation wouldn’t end in me asking my parents to read.
The air is a little different this October 2.
A poem addressed to Mahatma Gandhi to mark his 151st birth anniversary.
The attempt at the erasure of the caste identity of the victim shows that we, as a society, still refuse to stand up and say that Dalit lives matter.
A student from a family of bureaucrats writes about the juggle of moraIs the job brings with it in a poem he wrote while waiting at a government office.
A poem in solidarity with the farmers protesting across India against the three farm bills recently passed in parliament.
Emerging Dalit platforms have the potential to re-imagine the scope of Dalit representation in the media beyond tokenistic and patronising politics.