The Southasian press is growing increasingly attuned to the history of the Palestinian struggle.
Chhetria Patrakar | May 28, 2021
Discipline and punish
What followed the Indian government's botched attempt to control free press under the pretext of purging 'fake news'.
Chhetria Patrakar | Apr 05, 2018
The fact and fiction of news demand
Questions about the creation and consumption of shoddy journalism go beyond equations of supply and demand.
Abhishek Choudhary | Jun 28, 2014
Tidbits of the region’s media
Chhetria Patrakar | Jul 03, 2009
A great newspaper market
Trivialisation of news in India’s national English-language press hides larger trends that are overtaking the media world – taking news to the villages.
Paranjoy Guha Thakurta | Oct 01, 2006
Going Nuclear, Talking Nuclear
Indians and Pakistanis meet to address a taboo subject - nuclear escalation in the neighbourhood.
The Editors | Dec 01, 2003
Special editions and rubber plantations
How the Malayalam press reported the war in Iraq.
Mohammed Yasir | May 01, 2003
The Press and Mr. Roshan’s Non-Remark
Shanuj V.C | Feb 01, 2001
How the IMF bailout is changing Sri Lanka’s foreign policy
The recent IMF bailout package has significantly shifted Sri Lanka’s foreign policy with major players such as China, India and the United States, though such shifts do not seem to bode well for its people
Canadian-Tamil comedian Sunthar V navigates queerness and Tamil identity
Sunthar V, founder of the Tamil Comedy Club in central London, attempts to push social boundaries with his comedy in Chennai
Is an Adani port devastating Kerala’s coast?
Activists say coastal communities and marine life around Kerala’s Vizhinjam Port are paying a heavy price for the Adani Group project
Delhi’s longest-running play reflects the changing city
The shape-shifting ‘Ghalib in New Delhi’ captures 26 years of sociopolitical change in Delhi and beyond