This year's union budget is another pointed reflection of the Hindutva regime's delusion of economic progress and human development.
By taking over power from the elected civilian government, the Myanmar military just took the country back to a dark period of totalitarian rule.
The farmer leader from West UP, who is currently leading the anti-government protest at Delhi's Ghazipur border, has a troubled legacy of sectarian riots. How does one read that in today's context?
People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) condemns the continued jailing of comedian Munawar Faruqui for jokes he did not crack.
Healing is a constant process, and poetry is certainly a means by which Sen hopes to embrace it, especially during the ongoing pandemic.
This is the time to undertake sweeping structural reforms that will prevent figures like Trump from returning to mainstream American politics.
The Russian revolutionary might be seen as a 'foreigner', 'terrorist' and what not in today's India, but obituaries that nationalist newspapers published after his death tell a different tale.
The fields of study and policymaking on water have traditionally been dominated by men. This needs to change, and shifts are already visible.
Six communities in Assam have been demanding the Scheduled Tribe (ST) classification since decades, but political parties haven't done much. The current BJP-led state government has been delaying it too.
Rohith Vemula, in his life and death, inspired a renewed anti-caste movement amongst Dalit-Bahujan youths and others across India.