Nilanjana Bhowmick's thoughts on the long shadow of caste.
Ravali Medari was moved to take up political activism alongside her academic work. Meena Kandasamy looks at how caste and class intersect in her busy life.
A prominent Indian intellectual and scholar is the latest activist being targeted by BJP statecraft, writes Tamsin Day.
Anti-blackness is still a galvanizing force in India, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.
Asma Hafiz reports on the intrusive surveillance being forced on often lower caste sanitation workers in many Indian cities.
The militant women at the centre of India’s thriving secular movement.
Narendra Modi has announced his intention to repeal the contentious agriculture laws unwaveringly resisted by India's farmers for over a year. Navsharan Singh gives the back story to the movement.
Rahila Gupta reports on this week’s pro and anti-Modi protests in London.
Since 2018, a remarkable uptick in communal violence has taken shape in India. Dilnaz Boga speaks to survivors of ethnic violence in the 1990s, who explain their fears for where the country is headed.
A kickstart for a habitable future. Claire Mellier and Rich Wilson make the case for citizens’ assemblies.
Nilanjana Bhowmick heralds India's most overshadowed environmentalists: waste-pickers
On World Indigenous Day, columnist Mari Marcel Thekaekara revisits the fortunes of India’s ‘original inhabitants’ since independence.
Caught in the crossfire of state repression and guerilla fighters, Adivasi inhabitants of India’s ‘red corridor’ are exploring ways to stop the violence in their continuing struggle for land rights. Hannah Kirmes-Daly…
Fiona Broom reflects on the legacy of the pioneering environmental journalist, Darryl D'monte, who passed away last month.
Nilanjana Bhowmick takes apart the latest viral hashtag campaign for the religious takeover of secular India.
Ongoing countrywide protests are rooted in a battle for India’s secular values, argues Nilanjana Bhowmick.
Narendra Modi’s second mandate is a ‘sword hanging above the heads’ of India’s minorities. Nilanjana Bhowmick explains why.
India’s rapidly expanding cities attract young dreamers like magnets. Snigdha Poonam observes how the horizon of promise keeps receding in Ranchi.