Fixing Cradles In The Sky

New Delhi: Considered a Maoist by the government, Sheetal Sathe, 29, travels around the country singing on social issues


The Camera Is Their Hatchet Man

interNew Delhi: Broadcast media’s excessive righteousness in the JNU affair skewed events on the ground

Interview with Zee News’s Sudhir Chaudhry

Coverage of JNU, nationalism and sedition debate in India

New Delhi:

15 March 2016: The Man And The Movement: Listen to Outlook journalist Anoo Bhuyan on the rumours of Kanhaiya Kumar and three other JNU students’ rustication and the future of the movement started by them

21 March 2016: Interview with Kanhaiya Kumar, President, JNU Students Union

7 March 2016: The Camera Is Their Hatchet Man

7 March 2016: Interview with Zee News’s Sudhir Chaudhry

29 February 2016, inputs to cover story: In The End, It Was Raining Slogans On Main Street

29 February 2016: Interview with Shehla Rashid, Vice President, JNU Students Union

18 February 2016: Notes From Massive JNU Rally In Delhi
On the day when the BJP government has said that all central universities should compulsorily hoist the Indian flag, thousands of students loosely labeled by right wing groups as ‘anti-nationals,’ demonstrated peacefully in New Delhi. The so called anti-nationals were not heckled by right wing ‘nationalists’ either. Read more at this link:

Media Forgets Section 377 Affects Heterosexuals Too

New Delhi: In what is the last stretch of one of the biggest civil rights issues India has seen in recent times, can an editorial change in media reporting affect how the heterosexual masses interact with India’s sexual minorities? Read more at this link:

Modi in UK: Diaspora activism to trash NRI adulation myth

New Delhi: Even as Narendra Modi supporters scamper to bag a pass to Friday’s Wembley extravaganza, some Britons of Indian origin refuse to become ‘fan bait’ to help bolster his image back home. Read it at this link: