“People are Underestimating the Force of Angry Kids”, Says Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg travelled across the Atlantic for more than two weeks, finally arriving in Europe for climate talks.

Shunned to the Margins: Who is Answerable to the Indian Disabled?

From flagship programmes to policy shifts, the Indian society has a long way to go before it becomes truly disabled friendly. Going beyond the politics of appeasement and the much repeated rhetoric, we address the real crisis.

Normalising Violence Against Women: How Many More Priyanka Reddys Do We Need?

Violence against women has become a common occurrence in our society, but nothing much can change unless we alter our consciousness.

When Education Destroys Us…

Why is it that the prevalent practice of education fails to enchant us?

Bhagat Singh’s version of nationalism and what it may mean for Indian education

The following is the textual version of the lecture delivered for the Annual Martyrdom Day of Bhagat Singh at the Azim Premji University, Bengaluru, 29th March, 2019

The Visceral Prose of Baburao Bagul and the Dalit Uprising

Baburao Bagul was a pioneer of Marathi literature during the 20th century and produced many dominating works which depicted the pathology of Dalit life.

LIVING MEMORY : Fidel Castro: Revolution is Love, Love is Revolution

Cuba marks the third anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on November 25, 2017.