A letter to Bharatiya Janata Party's Assam State President regarding the recent custodial death of a 'foreigner'.
Racism as a social construct permeates everyday life in Assam but remains ignored by the media—even normalised by people at large.
Two Letters on the Uprising in France.
The suppression of Myanmar’s rampant drug trade is constrained by pervasive corruption.
Innovative and controversial in its day, 'Towards a Gay Communism' (1980) by Mario Mieli is among other things a vivid document of a time when sexual liberation was a wing of the revolutionary struggle.
Behind the 'land of jade', squirms a murky world of corruption, violence, and undemocratic subversion.
Rather than acting as apologists for the military, the government of Myanmar and the ruling party should tackle the real issues raised by the arrest of three journalists last week.
Journalists in Myanmar refuse to cower to assaults on the freedom of the press, and are standing up for their rights.
On 28 June 2017, concerned citizens in seventeen Indian cities gathered at the same time for an evening of poetics and music to raise their voice against mob lynchings and cow vigilantism.
Burma is no stranger to child soldiers. But, a lot has changed over time.
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