Episode Gujarati Manoos
A stray echo, similar to the Maratha manoos xenophobia of Maharashtra, has come
from Gujarat. Congress MLA Alpesh Thakor’s rhetorics come under fire.
Shrine Soup Makers
Ancient ordinance or modern diktat? The ban on entry of women in Sabarimala temple
is more recent than Kerala conservatives would have you believe.
The Nasty Skeletons Dig Up
Ricocheting from Bollywood to Indian media and vice versa, the MeToo moment is rattling
the culture of ‘Man’ in our spaces. Exploring the complexities of an unfolding movement.
Lighting In the Closets
The countless stories that can be told after the exit of Section 377. A photo essay.
Chugging Near the Sky
Notes from a journey through the roof of the world on the sky train, China’s massive
railroad project that now successfully connects the Tibetan region in crucial ways
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