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Patiya is a bold story at the intersection of female desire, same sex relationships, and feudal society in Bundelkhand.
Increasingly, street art is being turned into an instrument of the very forces of money and power that it seeks to challenge.
The Broken News plays on the overused phrase “breaking news” to tell the story of the fractured, cut-throat world of television news media.
Netflix series Class engages with the intersectionality of identities and the impact of socio-economic backgrounds on the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals in contemporary India.
Tracing two generations of father-and-son through their relationships with crows, bees, death and the ubiquitous newspaper.
Panchayat on Amazon Prime uses humour to draw attention to casteism, in what is a wasted opportunity.
The use of AI raises several questions about our education system, and the future of academic writing.
Urdu writer Jayant Parmar converges on the idea of caste as a sensorial regime, attracting not only readers’ eyes and ears, but also their olfactory senses to understand the plight of the Dalit...
Kunde Habba is a way for the indigenous Kodava community to show their resistance to the exploitation of their resources, land and bodies by the planters of Coorg.
Kettyolaanu Ente Malakha espouses a problematic understanding of marital rape by sympathising with the perpetrator and trivialising the trauma of the survivor.
The Space We’re In and In the Meadow of Fantasies open up space for talking about disability in ways that are delightfully simple and evocative.


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