The Nomads of Winter

  Chitvan Gill follows a community of seasonal migrants who escape the icy cold of their homes in Kashmir, a journey and way of life that has endured for over four decades.   Delhi is a city of a thousand stories, of myriad ways of life. Each of these stories has its own drama, provoking shock […]

An ordinary Indian’s guide to the Kochi Muziris Biennale

Art-naive Tisha Srivastav visits the Biennale for the first time and finds that she learns to witness her times again. Think most contemporary art today goes over your head, never mind. Don’t know what a Biennale is – alright. Tired of a lack of imagination in responses to issues and concerns of our time – […]

Ayushi Singhal

Ayushi Singhal is a student of III year in the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences. She loves debunking the law and analyzing the link between law, policy and society. Her particular interests lie in comparative constitutional law, international commercial arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms along with commercial laws. She is an […]

Kishalay Bhattacharjee

Founder and Editor Kishalay Bhattacharjee is a senior journalist who has been with broadcast television for more than twenty years, seventeen of which he spent at New Delhi Television (NDTV) where he was a Resident Editor covering conflict in India’s North-East as well as in the Maoist corridor. At NDTV he also launched the multimedia […]

Vani Murarka

Vani Murarka is a software developer who enjoys writing, poetry, art, science, philosophy, the sky and the trees. It is the interconnectedness of all these that is her message to her world. Vani runs a Hindi poetry website: Kaavyaalaya, has built a software Geet Gatiroop that enables poets to refine the rhythm in their writing, […]

Vishal Arora

Vishal Arora is an independent journalist based in New Delhi, where he’s rarely found. He travels where his heart takes him for stories, pictures and videos. Thus far, he has fallen in love with countries – meaning people and not the government – in South and Southeast Asia, but it may not take too long when […]

Patralekha Chatterjee

Patralekha Chatterjee is a writer and journalist focusing on development issues in emerging and submerging economies.She has a soft corner for good coffee, causes, conversation and calamari, not necessarily in that order.  Stories By Patralekha Chatterjee – Inconvenient Truths

Pooja Pande

A post-graduate in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram, Delhi University, Pooja spent 13 years building the critically acclaimed arts and culture magazine, First City; first as a writer and then as an editor. Pooja is currently pursuing her writing and editing career as a freelancer, working with publishing houses and authors, helping shape manuscripts […]

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