“Clay cries out to the potter, ‘Why quash me with your feet?/A day will come when I shall trample you beneath!’ ”

Kabir’s couplets have travelled great distances from their original contexts. Over 500 odd years, several Kabirs have been grafted on to the persona of the low-caste weaver from somewhere near Benaras.

Breaking news or tainting republic?

So, who says in our ‘Republic’ journalism should be adversarial, ethical, objective and in public interest?

Peaceful protest is a right. Listen to the Farmers!

Editorial: Why the government has chosen an authoritarian line so brazenly backing the corporates against the farmers is not really an enigma.

Selling them for a song

The manner in which a Rajasthan’s Special Court rejected an […]

In Maldives democracy may have triumphed, but challenges stare the new government

In the Maldives, the verdict sprung by the people draws to a close the island nations flirtation with possible autocracy, but as Democracy returns it faces a complicated geopolitical equation that requires a tightrope walk

India can’t swear by ‘America First’

India is working for a larger purpose to survive in a world where no space is envisaged for the other by an “America First” President

Iran increases Oil production to 3 million barrels per day

Iran has the potential to increase oil production by 3 […]