I am Gay but am I a man or a woman?

Can LGBT movement accept non-garish gays?

posted by Vikram Johri|February 11, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


Meet the man who contributed to the success of many TV news stars

One of India’s most experienced TV news media veterans retires. Bet you haven’t heard of him.

posted by Akash Banerjee|February 10, 2016   in Articles|2 comments

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The conversation Anupam Kher never had, but could’ve had if he would’ve had some lib creds

A chat with Anupam Kher in sun-soaked Karachi at the Karachi Literary Festival by our intrepid reporter

posted by Anand Ranganathan|February 8, 2016   in Articles|26 comments


An open letter to the President of India

Students and faculty of the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, express their solidarity with groups that have come together in different parts of the country to fight for justice in Rohith Vemula’s case.

posted by NL Team|February 2, 2016   in Articles|7 comments


When HRD ministry ordered a probe into a complaint about ‘Islamisation’ of Pondicherry University

The complaint was endorsed by Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|January 28, 2016   in Articles|22 comments


‘We have been dubbed anti-state and anti-army’: Editor of Dawn on jingoism in the media

The Pakistani daily has attracted censure and death threats for not towing the official line.

posted by Nikhil Cariappa|January 27, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


Radhika Vaz’s memoir proves you can be a feminist and not hate all things feminine

Unladylike is funny and feminist but not rabid.

posted by Rajyasree Sen|January 25, 2016   in Book Review|one comment


Jantar Mantar: Who is protesting for what this New Year?

Rebellion is always in the air.

posted by Nikhil Cariappa|January 18, 2016   in Articles|2 comments

Animals as part of festivities in India: What should be banned?

A little poll on what constitutes animal cruelty.

posted by Mahima Singh|January 14, 2016   in Life|7 comments


An ode to Ghalib on his birth anniversary

The beauty of Ghalib’s poetry is that it is often universal in time and place

posted by Justice Markandey Katju|December 28, 2015   in Life|one comment

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