The Prison Diarist

Lhendup G Bhutia

Sudha Bharadwaj, an activist on bail, talks about her book on the life in a jail

The Adivasis Strike Back

Behind the anti-conversion violence in Bastar is a fight for tribal identity

Saluting the Foot Soldiers

The freedom movement’s nameless legion

Jai Bhim has been brewing in my mind for 15 years: Director Gnanavel

Torture scenes in the movie are nothing compared with reality, says the 40-year-old former journalist

The Emirate of Hate

Rooted in the medieval mindset of the barely lettered, the Taliban draw their staying power from the coalition of clans, ready supplies of cash and a cosiness provided by a mindful neighbour

The Smouldering Western Ghats

Kerala faces an uphill task as Maoists seek sanctuary in the state

Living Myths

An internationally acclaimed short film tells the Santhals’ story

Telangana: Rights Reserved

Has the largest tribe in Telangana turned against TRS?

Wild Lives

A personal portrait of tribal sensitivity

Dissent in the Desert

The irony of Jamal Khashoggi’s dissent doesn’t minimise the tribal brutalism of the Kingdom


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