How do we as a society engage with the disappeared?
Prashant Bhushan talks about his book which documents the Supreme Court proceedings in the landmark Indira Gandhi vs Raj Narain case that shaped India’s political history.
Trump’s barrage of offensive remarks reflects the misogyny prevalent in American society, which, unfortunately, is unlikely to go away even if he loses.
The relative marginalisation of Pansare’s work is likely a consequence of the larger unquestioned practices that have become normal fare in communist parties today.
The hallmark of the toady in the present Indian context is to eliminate his/her own identity and dissolve into the image of Modi himself. Chamchagiri, or toadying, is a vehicle to quick elevation in the power structure,
In our contemporary age of instant polling and surfing headlines, there is a great need to be responsible about the first impression that headlines create.
In its bid to collect money, University of California, Irvine is ready to focus on donor driven projects that fulfill no academic purpose