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Could 6 Socialist Parties Derail Modi’s Political Hopes?
April 17, 2015

Could 6 Socialist Parties Derail Modi’s Political Hopes?

By Sanjay Kumar
Six socialist parties have teamed up in Bihar to contest Narendra Modi’s BJP in upcoming elections.
2015: A Trying Year for Indian Politics
January 03, 2015

2015: A Trying Year for Indian Politics

By Sanjay Kumar
The Bharatiya Janata Party's dominance in 2014 will be challenged in 2015.

Narendra Modi's Rise Results in Political Realignments in Bihar
May 20, 2014

Narendra Modi's Rise Results in Political Realignments in Bihar

By Sanjay Kumar
With the BJP's huge electoral victory, some of India's regional parties are facing an existential crisis.

Politics in Bihar: Between Old and New
March 27, 2014

Politics in Bihar: Between Old and New

By Sanjay Kumar
Bihar's struggle: while people yearn for change the ruling class and political parties want to thrive on the status quo.

The Tragic Exploitation of India's Launda Dancers
March 06, 2014

The Tragic Exploitation of India's Launda Dancers

By Ahmed Wakas Khan
Abuse is the fate of many of the young boys forced by poverty to perform as launda dancers.
The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers
February 26, 2014

The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers

By Arjun Claire
Migrant workers in Indian cities face a bleak future, but one organization is trying to bring hope.

Bihar's Chhath Festival Enjoys National Prominence in India
November 12, 2013

Bihar's Chhath Festival Enjoys National Prominence in India

The celebration of Bihar’s Chhath festival signals the rise of Bihari customs in Indian society.

Can India’s Agriculture Sector be Saved?
August 15, 2013

Can India’s Agriculture Sector be Saved?

Venture capitalist Mark Kahn shares some thoughts on how to fix India’s struggling agricultural sector.

Death of School Children in Bihar: A Prick to the Conscience of the Nation
July 19, 2013

Death of School Children in Bihar: A Prick to the Conscience of the Nation

The recent tragedy in Bihar points to a pervasive sense of apathy towards India’s poor.

Bodh Gaya: Terror Attack in an Abode of Peace
July 12, 2013

Bodh Gaya: Terror Attack in an Abode of Peace

Officials are stumped as to who attacked the Mahabodhi Temple and why.

Can Bihar Change?
April 09, 2013

Can Bihar Change?

A recent visit to Bihar leaves the author wondering about the Indian state’s lopsided progress.

Revolution in a Bihar Village
February 14, 2011

Revolution in a Bihar Village

An innovative project in a small Indian village is empowering young women and changing the lives of villagers.

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