Portraits of Indian Gorkhas

Manish Sharma, tries to connect with and decipher his Nepalese roots by photographing people from the same cultural background as him. Right now; I oscillate, From one point to another. Swirling and flowing... Read More...

The Right To Be Forgotten

The Karnataka government recently allowed a woman to delete personal information from the internet. Suparv Ganguly, writes on what this could mean for the future of privacy laws in India. Sometime in January t... Read More...

The Robinhood Army

Named after the famous outlaw, this organisation gives food to over a million people across 22 cities each week, writes Alice Sharma Children adjust themselves in queues, their excitement thick and palpabl... Read More...

An Exhibition of Selfies?

The Saatchi Art Gallery London is planning to explore the modern day obsession with self-portraiture as an art form From Selfie to Self-expressionism, an exhibition that will open in March in London, plans to ... Read More...

Is NDA Diluting Forest Rights?

Environment is often a low priority activity for government. This is more so because real and true environmental data is not reflected in our economic and financial accounts and plans. The NDA government has b... Read More...

World’s Last Handwritten Newspaper

Musalman, a Chennai based newspaper is surviving the rush of digitisation and is hand-written every day, writes Alice Sharma In a world that is obsessed with digitisation, this is a quaint story of nostalgic r... Read More...