THE NEW LEAM VIEW In this sharp reflection we have looked at our collective political and moral decadence to make sense of the lowest form of relationships between two religious communities and its gendered subjects.
The imperial state open fired on a large section of people in Jallianwala and remained aloof to their aspirations. Has significant transformation taken place in country’s thought process after freedom?
JNU as a university has nurtured generations of students from marginalised communities. Will bureaucratic aloofness bring forward a sustained challenge before the prospects of higher education?
THE NEW LEAM VIEW Through this drama called 'imprisonment and bail' The New Leam has thrown light on the paradox of judiciary, the meaning of being a celebrity, and the state of our collective consciousness.
The Man Booker Prize now includes writers from a greater geographical affiliation. This expansion has been both appreciated and condemned by publishers and authors across the globe.
VIEWPOINT Minority institutions in a nation like India are vital for the maintenance of the secular ethics. The affidavit filed against the minority status of the JMI by the ruling government questions the basis of…
The infrastructural expansion of our urban areas has built an illusion of universal progress however for many people it has not been the scenario.
For modern societies characterised by stringent division of labour, the institution of schooling is considered to be of great relevance however this system can silence the values and dreams of several learners coming from unconventional…
The Supreme Court in its landmark judgement today announced that passive euthanasia will now be allowed for patients who are in or likely to slip into long vegetative states.
On International Women’s Day Professor Avijit Pathak looks at Satyajit Ray’s Mahanagar—a film released in 1963, and finds a nuanced language of love, courage and femininity which, as he argues, makes Ray’s visual narrative immensely…