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Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
May 10, 2019
Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
It seems few Indians are aware of the distinction between the roles of the central and state governments.
Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
Kashmir, Pulwama, and Pakistan: Navigating Islam and Citizenship in India
April 17, 2019
Kashmir, Pulwama, and Pakistan: Navigating Islam and Citizenship in India
For segments of the country’s Hindu population, Muslim loyalty to the nation has always been suspect.
Kashmir, Pulwama, and Pakistan: Navigating Islam and Citizenship in India
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
April 08, 2019
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
Kashmiri youth all over India remain on edge as tensions after Pulwama continue to run high.
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
February 01, 2019
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
The interaction between formal religion and India’s Adivasi population represents a source of change.
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
A Nun’s Rape and a Priest’s Mysterious Death Jolt Catholic Church in India
January 29, 2019
A Nun’s Rape and a Priest’s Mysterious Death Jolt Catholic Church in India
Will justice be done?
A Nun’s Rape and a Priest’s Mysterious Death Jolt Catholic Church in India
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
January 24, 2019
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
A new bill puts India’s transgender population under the threat of severe discrimination.
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
Where Did Indians Come From, Part 3: What Is Caste?
January 14, 2019
Where Did Indians Come From, Part 3: What Is Caste?
The caste-system is extremely complex and functions differently throughout India.
Where Did Indians Come From, Part 3: What Is Caste?
Where Indians Come From, Part 2: Dravidians and Aryans
January 07, 2019
Where Indians Come From, Part 2: Dravidians and Aryans
Who were the people who made up ancient India and where did they come from?
Where Indians Come From, Part 2: Dravidians and Aryans
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
January 03, 2019
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
A recent case of human trafficking highlights the capability-will gap in Indian law enforcement.
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
December 20, 2018
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
India’s way forward will be a symbiotic endeavor between its two main parties, who are often antagonistic toward each other.
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
December 13, 2018
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
Recent assembly election results speak to the enduring strength of India’s democracy.
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
December 06, 2018
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
India's farmers have had enough and are making their voices heard in the nation's capital.
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
<em>The Ferment</em>: Caste, Politics, and the Role of India's Youth
December 01, 2018
The Ferment: Caste, Politics, and the Role of India's Youth
India's youth are driving a new era of political mobilization and change.
The Ferment: Caste, Politics, and the Role of India's Youth
Twitter, Indian Liberalism, and the Truth About Caste
November 22, 2018
Twitter, Indian Liberalism, and the Truth About Caste
Twitter's CEO inadvertently kicked off a major controversy in India.
Twitter, Indian Liberalism, and the Truth About Caste
Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s
October 28, 2018
Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s
Until #MeToo, few women in India had spoken out about harassment. I did and here's my story.
Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
October 20, 2018
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
There are more reasons to believe survivors than there are to dismiss claims of sexual harassment and assaults
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
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