The Siege of Capitol Hill

Trump may or may not be impeached but the deep-seated hatred which he has unleashed will continue to poison the American society.

Yanis Iqbal

January 20, 2021

The People’s Agenda Won Bihar Elections

What Bihar saw during the polls in early October was the beginning of a politics driven by the upsurge of progressivism. Public discourse was centered around the welfare and safety of jobs, education and health

N Sai Balaji

December 14, 2020

Biden-Harris are not the Real Winners: A Feeling in Philadelphia

The historic contours of the 2020 US Presidential election are not something we take lightly. Yet, it is our experience as residents of this historic American city, Philadelphia – one whose history is defined by violence and injustice against its inhabitants and those outside its borders – that local, grassroots efforts and sustained organising are the only path toward an equitable future in this country.

Tausif Noor and Chip Sinton

November 08, 2020

Dalit Lives Matter

The number of atrocities committed against Dalits across the country during the year 2017 has gone up, according to the latest NCRB data.

Nihira Ram and Shreyya Rajagopal

July 20, 2020

Bans, Boycotts and Borders

India has announced three rounds of app bans in response to skirmishes on its border with China. While China is yet to respond with any economic sanctions, tensions are escalating and it is fair to assume that these are impending.

Dev Lewis

September 04, 2020

Felt Delhi Was No Longer My City

Ayush Tiwari won praise for his coverage of the violence that broke out in Northeast Delhi in late February, but it was this assignment that altered his relationship with Delhi and its people.

Abhimanyu Hazarika

September 10, 2020

It Means I Have Been Arrested

Umar Khalid was arrested on 13th September. He was arrested for his alleged involvement in a conspiracy to incite the violence that broke out in Northeast Delhi in February 2020.

Editorial Team

September 17, 2020