Business and Politics

The Women of the Farmers Agitation

Subhashini Ali writes about the Women farmers’ parliament - a parliament that the government is determined to keep ordinary citizens from seeing and hearing. All the ...

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Adivasis Denied Forest Rights

Adivasis organize to protect their rights as corporate control over forests escalates, reports The Daily Eye News desk In a press conference held by Citizens for Justice an...

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Signs of the time: The politics that ‘meats’ the eyes

Humra Quraishi discusses the divisive politics being played by right-wing forces and the relentless efforts being made to create rifts between Hindus and Muslims. With more...

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Signs of the time: Who is accountable?

Humra  Quraishi recalls her brief meeting with Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu and worries for the state of prisoners in our jails awaiting trial.  As I was about to fil...

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Signs of the time: Stories of Muslim Youth

Humra Quraishi shares her views on the stories of Muslim youth falsely implicated, the talks between the leaderships of Kashmir and the union government of India and the relen...

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Broken windows and promises

Humra Quraishi recalls her conversations with Abdul Ghani Lone, Maulana Abbas Ansari, Abdul Gani Bhat and Yasin Malik at separate instances with regard to dialogue and discuss...

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Sign of the times: This is the darkest hour

Humra  Quraishi revisits her conversations with Saira Banu and Khushwant Singh, both of whom had predicted that the times to come, which are here, will be darker than the...

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Where there is no will, there is violence

Humra Quraishi talks about how polarisation in grassroots India, by the use of state machinery, is spreading violence and fear among minorities.  Earlier this week a ...

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Signs of the times: India’s battle for its soul

Humra Quraishi looks back at the last seven years in India, through the lens of A.G. Noorani’s writings about the RSS and Ruskin Bond’s verse. For several minut...

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How civilized is the civilized world?

Vinta Nanda insists that we, the so-called civilized people, talk about poverty, violence and exclusion. Let us talk about what it means to be born under the sky and be vic...

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Legal Eagle: Jamshed Mistry

Vinta Nanda reproduces a conversation she had with the multi-faceted lawyer Jamshed Mist...

August 5 2021

KASHISH 2021 Jury: Ritesh Batra and Gauri Shinde

A 12 member jury comprising of National Award winning filmmakers, curators & cinemat...

August 5 2021

CLASSIC HEIST: Six Films That Define the Genre

For a generation weaned on the high-tech-and-gizmo-aided heist of Steven Soderbergh&rsqu...

August 4 2021