Nandita Haksar is a human-rights lawyer and writer. She has represented workers, women, adivasis, Burmese activists, and the people of the Indian Northeast and Kashmir.
How technical knowledge became the preserve of a ‘meritorious’ upper-caste elite.
How the Pakistani state has revived the use of historical drama as a political tool.
What COVID-19 reveals about the spectacle of cricket and inequality within the cricket fraternity.
Colonial officers, venture capitalists and Baptist missionaries in the Naga highlands.