Kumar Sambhav, independent researcher and co-founder of Land Conflict Watch, interviewed by Aditi Phadnis (Business Standard)
State govts are failing to realise that farmers, landowners are much more aware of the actual market value of their land and about the legal provisions related to consent and rehabilitation etc
Independent researcher Kumar Sambhav, who has co-founded Land Conflict Watch - the first...
Dr. Anand Krishnan, Professor, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS, interviewed by Abantika Ghosh (The Indian Express)
-The Indian Express
There is no evidence that choice of food will make any difference in the spread of the virus. Food is certainly not the source of transmission. It may be different for people who live near abattoirs etc.
* There seems to be an overwhelming...
Political psychologist Ashis Nandy interviewed by Aditi Tandon (The Tribune)
Political psychologist Ashis Nandy, a pioneer of Indian critical thought, has over the years delved into areas other than routine academic concerns. Honorary Fellow at Centre for Studies of Developing Societies, New Delhi, Nandy is currently working on genocide. In an interview to The...
Gyan Prakash, Dayton-Stockton Professor of History at Princeton University, interviewed by Varghese K George
There are many parallels but also important differences between the current protests and the JP movement of the 70s, says this eminent historian
A historian of modern India, Gyan Prakash is the Dayton-Stockton Professor of History at Princeton University and author of the 2018 book...
Kannan Gopinathan, former IAS officer and anti-CAA-NRIC-NPR activist, interviewed by Revathi Siva Kumar (The Hindu)
For the first time, the Muslim community is asserting its religious identity as well as its Indian identity, says the IAS officer who quit office to protest the J&K lockdown
Kannan Gopinathan, the former IAS officer, first caught the nation’s eye when he stepped down...