In Delhi, a bank run by street children for street children
It was established in 2001 to give the Delhi street children a safe haven to store money and steer them in the right direction.
Interview with Indrajeet Misra
Collectively the material created a patchwork quilted vision of yearning, lost childhood and vivid memories powerfully simply evoked by the word ‘l...
The Radical Significance of the DU Photocopy case for Global Copyright
The Delhi University Photocopy case judgment shows how national Intellectual Property laws should be interpreted.
Social Innovators in Udaipur: Interview with Santosh Padwal
In the race (of life in current times) we have forgotten the cultural heritage that we have inherited. And we want to bring it back into popular ex...
Sherdukpen: finding a recipe to fit the future
Enthusiastic bands of young people from this small tribal community in Arunachal Pradesh are trying to ind their future to their traditional roots
As the rest of the country burns effigies of Ravan, the writer visits a Gond village in Maharashtra where the ten-headed king is worshipped as god.
The adventures of the perspectives
The bats of oppression were initially winning, but slowly the bystanders got involved. They scooped up the literature and hurled it at the trio.
A flawed agenda for development
A narrow focus on growth-led development is the cause of the world’s sustainability crisis, not its solution