There’s something frankly post-modern about the nature of the small but effective #GoBackIndianMedia hashtag rebellion mounted by sections of Nepal’s ‘twitterati’ that sent the Indian media packing from there.
In 1927, Syed Mujtaba Ali, a graduate of the newly established university in Shantiniketan, travelled to Afghanistan to take up a teaching job.
Astonishingly, the intensification of political activity in the last couple decades has not led to a wider engagement with what is the single greatest threat that humanity has ever faced: climate change.
Bijapur, Chhattisgarh: It is early December. A chill has started to descend along with the opaque dark that cloaks Bijapur’s jungles every night. A few locals in Bedre, a small village on the banks of the Indrawati and next to the border with Maharashtra, have gathered around a […]
In an industry where Friday’s box office collections is the only criterion that really matter, Salman Khan is King Midas, the alchemist who turns dross into gold on a regular basis. This gives him enormous power that can be and is wielded with ruthlessness.