The garment industry is exacerbating India’s growing water crisis.
Pragya Tiwari is an editor and journalist based out of New Delhi. She writes for a number of publications on policy, politics and culture.
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The prosecution of activists for sharing a solidarity toolkit reflects the deepening institutional crisis in India.
This proposed legislation could not only further marginalise Muslims but also undermine women’s agency and rights.
For far too long Indians have done nothing to pressure their politicians into making healthcare a national priority.
Censoring information about the coronavirus outbreak would prevent the media from holding those in power accountable.
After the Delhi violence, we need to step up our resistance to the politics of hatred.
Instead of lamenting BJP’s electoral win, the Indian elite should examine its own role in undermining Indian democracy.
Labour courts are overburdened and the justice system is a nightmare for the poor to negotiate.
Personal laws often draw from regressive and patriarchal traditions and threaten vital constitutional rights.