Hum Sab Sahmat | Art on the Move
ICF Team
Sahmat's 2001 project about art, mobility and public.
“Mainstream media is a protection racket for the privileged”
Salim Yusufji in conversation with Pankaj Mishra
They talk about socio-political movements around the world, liberalism, political manipulation on digital platforms and more.
The Unquiet River
Arupjyoti Saikia
An excerpt from The Unquiet River: A Biography of the Brahmaputra.
TM Krishna’s The Edict Project: Ashoka and the quest for compassion
Aparna in conversation with TM Krishna
TM Krishna's Edict Project was released on 14th October, the day Ambedkar embraced Buddhism.
Anand Haridas
Serious inaccuracy in police account of Delhi violence: Brinda Karat
Sabrang India
Delhi police officials have said that the number of those killed in the riots is 53.
“How did she end up in this dingy prison”: A poem about India
Gokul G K
"How her children are dragged through the streets their head on the road, legs in the fascist’s firm grip"
The Cock is the Culprit
In conversation with Unni R
The work does an astute job of exposing the dark underbelly of Kerala society.
The CAA has not stopped Hindus being declared foreigners in Assam
Makepeace Sitlhou
In the absence of clarity, Hindus of suspect citizenship continue to be declared foreigners in Assam.
One day I saw my girl: Siddalingaiah’s poem in translation
Siddalingaiah, Kamalakar Bhat
"Stuffing the Indian flag into her mouth They wrested her speech away"
Freedom of press in India and J&K media policy
Varda in conversation with Geeta Seshu
The new media policy introduced by the J & K administration poses a threat to the independence of media.
Modernism by Other Means: The Films of Amit Dutta
Srikanth Srinivasan
An excerpt about Amit Dutta's Nainsukh, from Srikanth Srinivasan's book.
Bol | Cynthia Stephen reads her poem, Red
ICF Team
You can cage the singer, but not the song.