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  • Theatre and Psychology: A Skype chat with Dr. Mohan Agashe
    Symbiotic Schizophrenia and other aberrations
    Meandering conversations with the psychiatrist, actor and producer on the historical thread that ties playwrights and psychologists, the defeat of the language of love before Indian wives, the intellectual roots of egotism, the corrupting power of libraries and the true making of an artist.   Dr. Agashe, I can only see your forehead!  “Uh oh, what is this internet ...
  • Godavari Parulekar: A Centenary Tribute
    The life-story of a fiery woman freedom fighter



  • Understanding Land Acquisition Disputes in India: CPR Land Rights Initiative
  • Bhim Yatra
    The ‘Bhim Yatra’, a 125-day-long bus journey organised by the Safai Karamchari Andolan covered more than 35,000 km across 500 districts in the country’s 29 states.  It was launched on International Human Rights Day to commemorate B.R. Ambedkar’s 125th birth anniversary, and culminated in Delhi at Ambedkar Bhavan on April 13.  The yatris are family ...



  • The Spark in Their Words
    Githa Hariharan
    Basava, Kalburgi. Neither was an atheist; but both believed in, and practised, a radical form of religion. Their words—indeed, their lives—were texts that challenged the powerful status quo. If the reformer and poet Basava were alive today, we would call him an activist, or even a radical. Back in the twelfth century, when he spearheaded a ...
  • May 2018
    May 2018