The pornography of poverty is the aesthetic of the desperate populist. And there is no place more rewarding than India for him. Pornography sells, and when poverty is marketed as wretchedness over which we have no control, it sells more
Can a luxury market boom do starving Indians a good turn? It may just be possible in a few years
Six teenagers in Murshidabad are giving all they can to teach children from extremely poor families. A voluntary mission that has a lesson for everyone.
What the inexorable march towards the creation of a global village is leaving in its wake.