Ideas

Stories of Struggle and Development: Collective Entrepreneurship Can Do Wonders for Women in India

Collective social enterprises give women the much-need space to innovate and experiment with their entrepreneurial inclinations, thereby allowing rural women to enter non-traditional spaces and livelihoods. This potential for self-growth is often under-estimated.

Sparking A Conversation: To Link Aadhar.. Or Not To?

In our next addition to the 'Sparking A Conversation' series, Ali Khan Mahmudabad discusses the growing role of unique identification in India, namely Aadhar....

Sparking a Conversation: Ethos of National Anthems

In the next video in our 'Sparking A Conversation' series, Ali Khan Mahmudabad explores the ideas behind a country's national anthem. Should it be law...
One Nation One Subscription Open Access

Open Access Chronicles: Moving Beyond One Nation One Subscription with Madhan Muthu (Chapter 11)

Hosted by Sourya Reddy Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal A lot has been spoken about India's ambitious One Nation One Subscription policy, by us in previous videos...
AAP Education Atishi

Students First: Using Education as an Electoral Platform

Written by Rizowana Hussaini  As the early morning buzz settles in on the narrow alleys of Sangam Vihar, Delhi, uniform-donned students rush inside the gates...
India Drugs

Breaking The Habit: Rehabilitating Drug Addicts in India

Written by Kartik Sundar  The streets of Asawarpur in rural Haryana are few among many in North India which are afflicted with a growing drug...
Stories of Kabeera The Bastion

Namma Metro Effect: Re-imagining Urban Development

Written by Goutham Nijalingappa  The Metro rail systems have found huge success as a public transport option in Indian cities. With more than 660 km of...
yamuna floodplain

On Writing Ground Stories from Home

I move between worlds. Anybody who reads, watches movies, or writes, would know what I mean. Physically, you’d be occupying the space around you,...
Juvenile India

Life in Juvie: Losing Out on Second Chances

Written by Tanvi Mehta According to the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000, children who commit or are suspected of committing crimes, and are under the...
Rethinking Education

How the Educated Lack an Education

Written by Rhea Narayan Kuthoore  A vital organ of society has been decaying over time. If you are reading this piece, you were probably thrust...