In India, Hindutva Schools Are Indoctrinating Poor Children
By Tarushi Aswani
In rural India, private schools run by the Ekal Foundation provide access to education – but force children to imbibe divisive teachings that preach Hindu superiority.
Who Tells the Stories of India’s Countryside?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
A majority of Indians live in villages. There are websites that allow us to have a glimpse of their life.
How Developed Is Modi’s Model Village?
By Avinash Giri
Nagepur is one of the four villages Modi “adopted” under a new development scheme. How is it faring?
Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
By Vishal Arora
It seems few Indians are aware of the distinction between the roles of the central and state governments.
India Elections 2019: What Voters in ‘Modi’s’ Bishada Village Want
The site of a deadly cow lynching incident has little to show for its fervent support of Modi.
What India's Most Backward District Wants From the Election
By Vishal Arora, Avinash Giri, and Safvana Yasmine
Voters in Nuh wonder where the government has been.
Why These Farmers Will Boycott India's General Elections
By Vishal Arora and Avinash Giri
With no road, no electricity, and often no water, these villagers are sitting out the election in protest.
India’s Miracle Train: A Journey Like None Other
By Amruta Khandekar
The world’s first hospital-on-rails has certainly been a monumental source of inspiration.
A Blueprint for Ending India's Naxal Rebellion
By Swaptik Chowdhury
New Delhi should look at the Colombia peace deal as a model for bringing peace to its heartland.
Inside the World of Indian Moneylenders
By Moin Qazi
Though universally despised, the sahukar plays an indispensable role in most rural communities.
India: Violence Against Dalits on the Rise
By Hanne Couderé
Despite robust laws, violence against India's most oppressed people continues to rise.