Changing climate, depleting soils, and Big Food join forces to create a giant nutritional crisis.
By GBSNP VarmaOct 24, 2023
Caste violence, land rights and environmental degradation in the fertile floodplains of the state.
By Monica JhaAug 10, 2023
Shehan Karunatilaka, Man Booker 2022 winner, speaks about living through thirty years of war, his penchant for fusing fact and fiction, and the children's book he calls his masterpiece.
By Nandini KrishnanOct 18, 2023
How a WhatsApp group to learn Sanskrit morphed into a collective that was soon talking about India for Hindus only.
By Nandini KrishnanOct 30, 2023
The sealing of a Miya museum and the arrest of its founders under terror charges shows how the majoritarian gaze is affecting this minority in Assam.
By Suraj GogoiSep 28, 2023
A talk shop, when what we need is action on net zero commitments.
By Fountain InkDec 06, 2023
New platform, good old-fashioned journalism
Feature length films rooted in reportage
Genre-agnostic space for new voices
India by ear through interviews and analysis
Without favour, without favourites.
The people take over Bangalore.
by Ramesh Ramanathan
Nov 20, 2023
Haunted by memories of her mentally ill mother, Yashoda's life falls apart.
by Ashok Srinivasan
Jul 10, 2023
How Aisha and her Bhaiya climbed a mountain
by Aashna Jamal
Aug 22, 2023
An in-depth look at the most burning questions of our time.
A podcast on books
New ways of living on the Internet.
By Alia AllanaApr 10, 2020
Inside the state’s familiar circle of economic blockades, violence, and extortion.
By Ankush SaikiaJan 07, 2017
The Andaman and Nicobar islands are a vague, easily dismissed presence for mainlanders, despite their importance for national security and economic potential.
By Alia AllanaApr 02, 2015
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