Interviews

“We Have No Future Here” | A Young Afghan Woman’s Plea to the Indian...

A cycle of imperialism and fundamentalism is repeating itself in Afghanistan, once again. The Indian government's response to the situation in Afghanistan will lay down markers for the type of developmental path we choose to tread.
Suraj Yengde

Dialogues: Dr. Suraj Yengde on Caste and Education

Suraj Yengde (SY) studied law in Nanded, Maharashtra. After spending a brief period of time at the University of Mumbai, he went on to...

The Bastion Dialogues: Dr. Amita Baviskar

Images from the ongoing lockdown are clear enough evidence that the experiences of city dwellers differ vastly based on their social privilege. This means...

The Bastion Dialogues: Aanchal Malhotra on the Partition and Oral History

Imagine a disaster has just taken place just outside your house. If you were given five minutes to evacuate, not knowing if you’d ever...
EV Revolution India Ather

Riding the EV Wave: Challenges to the New Two-Wheeler Revolution

How can India realise its E-two wheeler dreams? Nilay Chandra, Director of Marketing and Charging Infrastructure at Ather Energy explains

In Her Opinion: Dr. Bhanumathi Kalluri on Mining in Adivasi Areas and Environmental Justice

There is no dearth of evidence to prove that large-scale developmental projects in India have impacted the lives of those living the closest to...

On The Fence: Making Sense of LIC’s IPO

From improving insurance penetration to the government's goal of raising money for national investment, we explore the debate around LIC's upcoming IPO.

In Her Opinion: Dolly Kikon on Resource Extraction in Northeast India

Coal and oil mining in Northeast India have come to light now and then, whether it’s the recent news of illegal coal mining in...

In Her Opinion: Dr. Sejal Worah on Restoring a Forest in Uttarakhand

In Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, a 100-acre forest has been home to some visitors. People yes, but also bears, the Himalayan Red Fox, and even leopards....

The Bastion Dialogues: Manu S. Pillai on How We Write Indian History

Anyone who's ever written an academic paper will tell you that while the end product may be enriching, the process itself is laborious, and...