Farrukh Dhondy is a writer, playwright, screenwriter and columnist. Born in Pune, he lives in London. His latest books are India my India and Cambridge Company.
The country's new biometric identification system threatens to deepen exclusion.
Police brutality and growing public consciousness during the ‘Janatha Aragalaya’.
Science, labour and the rise of altitude to measure mountains.
Loss of livelihoods from the Jahangirpuri demolition drive.