More distressed debt private equity funds focused on India have raised more money in the last few months than in the last ten years put together.
Mahesh Shantaram’s photographs are a reaction to the injustices that people from Africa who live in India have to deal with every day.
As the Assam elections come to an end, a separate state for the Bodos remains a dream, contested by local politics and cold-shouldered by the Centre.
As 72,000 more people in Assam join the ranks of ‘declared foreigners’ on the eve of the state’s elections, the issue of ‘illegal foreigners’ has reared its head once again, leaving the fate of the Bengali community of the Barak Valley – both Hindu and Muslim – uncertain.
In conversation with The Wire, Akhil Gogoi talks about the Assam elections, student politics, the accusation of being a Maoist and more
He was a reformist saint, but his legacy has been corrupted and is now being manipulated for political purposes