‘Its troubling reminders continue to haunt my memory and my conscience,’ writes the social activist.
Excerpts from Harsh Mander’s JB D’Souza Memorial Lecture to mark the birth centenary of the former civil servant.
The pandemic has starkly revealed that India has failed to provide even basic health-care to the majority of its citizens.
This hate propaganda assumes that adult women who consent to relationships with Muslims are gullible and must be rescued by gallant men.
His death is institutional murder by the Indian criminal justice system.
The blaze on June 12 was the fifth fire in the settlement in nine years.
As important as what they are fighting for is how they have chosen to fight.
Ashraful Hussain’s story demonstrates that even with flaws in Indian democracy, it is still possible for youth from marginalised groups to get elected.
A report by the collective Hunger Watch reveals the extent of continuing hunger caused by state policy, and recommends ways to end the distress.