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Archiving Resistance: The Women Leading the Anti-CAA-NRC Protests

Crowdsourced by Evita Rodrigues   Featured image captured by Raginee Sarmah, at the Mandi House protests on 20th December, 2019. 

The Women Leading the Anti-CAA-NRC Protests

Written by Evita Rodrigues | Featured image by Evita Rodrigues, taken at the Shaheen Bagh protests on January 12th, 2020. Interested in more visuals of...

Clicking, Waiting, Praying: The making of the techno-scientific professional priest

This article is the second in a series by Krishna Akhil on the efforts of companies to enable Hindu devotees to have access to...

Of Monsters and Men: JNU v/s the Anti-national State

Written by Sourya Reddy  The day is like what’ve come to expect of any other in Delhi: filled with unease and tension over where the...

Why The Superhero vs Scorsese Episode Is Actually About Co-Existence in Cinema

“But that’s not cinema.” When Martin Scorsese uttered these four words, he probably didn’t know he was entering the volatile ring of millennial outrage, a...

Clicking, Waiting, Praying: The Mantras of Hindu Tech Startups

Written by Krishna Akhil  “Software is eating the world” is the tagline of the prominent Silicon Valley investment firm Andreesen Horowitz. Trite and techno-deterministic as...

The CAA+NRC Protests: Who is the New Opposition in India?

Authored by Aarathi Ganesan Protests are erupting all over the country, some peaceful, some violent. Some feature students, others citizens, and some, according to the...
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No Country for Student Dissent?

Written by Sourya Reddy  “It’s blatantly obvious isn’t it? They’ve been badgering us for so long — they’ve tried changing the way we learn, tried...
How the Indian Media Sympathises with Rapists

How the Indian Media Sympathises with Rapists

Authored by Aarathi Ganesan  There is more to the news than meets the eye, and what appears to be authoritative, and ‘objective’ coverage is often...

Time to Recognize the Challenges Posed by AMR

Written by Rohan Parikh  The nature of medicine is changing rapidly. In the early 1940s, diseases were life-threatening; a single surface-deep cut on the skin...

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