Let us hope against hope that this pandemic turns out to be an equaliser in matters of domestic work.
Should I feel guilty and stop being a consumer? What can I possibly sacrifice? Can I stop living my life because of a virus and its social impact on the poor? Our lives were vastly different anyway.
The guilt of the middle class as we witness the mass movement of the migrants across India.
Cohabitation and carnal status-updates in a pandemic.
Reflections on getting back to normal after Covid-19 has changed how we live, work and consume.
Latest article at FORSEA on the critique of the film Parasite in the context of the current pandemic virus.
Neither ‘janata curfew’ nor absolute lockdowns will work. We have to detect and drown the virus with medically-sound measures.
He is not the Angry Young Man of ‘70s celluloid, who framed his rage against a harsh and ineffective state. Kabir’s superficial rage has no wider meaning except blatant sexism and harsh impositions
Other than offering her or him the right to choose an electoral candidate, which other rights are ordinary citizens entitled to? What does this system give them, and what does it extract in return?
The idea behind the government's advertisement campaigns is to meet numbers and targets, not to necessarily bring about actual change
Why am I being stopped: aam admi encounters an arbitrary rule
Farmers are on the brink and the tragedy of Sangrur tells us why
Living dangerously inside with the cameras