Is CISPA SOPA 2.0? We Explain the Cybersecurity Bill

  ProPublica‘s Megha Rajagopalan reports on digital privacy, security and freedom. She was a 2011 Fulbright fellow in Beijing where she conducted research on the Chinese news media, and was previously a research… Continue reading

Sri Lanka: The Siege Within Continues…

Umakant is a Delhi-based activist and researcher. Sri Lanka, a small island nation, besotted with ethnic strife mainly between dominant & majoritarian Sinhala and minority Tamil culminated into a full blown civil war… Continue reading

Billionaires to mine cosmic riches

John Terrett is Al Jazeera’s US correspondent. A group of US billionaires is planning a daring space mission to extract fuel and precious metals from asteroids as they whiz past Earth at millions… Continue reading

Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow: Slavoj Zizek & David Horowitz

Slavoj Zizek and David Horowitz are the guests for the second episode of Julian Assange’s interview show, “The World Tomorrow”. “Intellectual superstar” Slavoj Zizek is a philosopher, psychoanalyst and cultural commentator. David Horowitz… Continue reading

Why Arab women still ‘have no voice’

  Amal Mohammed Al-Malki is Assistant Teaching Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, where she teaches courses in writing composition, postcolonial literature, theories of translation, and world English. She is… Continue reading

The journey of ‘Shuttlecock Boys’

Hemant Gaba gets candid about the struggle of making his first feature film ‘Shuttlecock Boys‘ independently. The film has been screened at various film festivals in India and abroad, and waiting  to be… Continue reading

Few Questions on Hindi Literary Historiography

Ganga Sahay Meena is an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Indian Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He can be contacted at gsmeena.jnu[at] Whether it is historiography or the relationship between the… Continue reading

The Noise of Cairo

Ursula Lindsey is the Chronicle of Higher Education‘s Middle East correspondent and a frequent contributor to the BBC-produced NPR radio program The World, the Daily Beast and The National. I had the chance… Continue reading

Hunger grips Yemen’s children

Jane Ferguson is an Al Jazeera journalist. The whole team was shocked. We knew we were looking for evidence of child hunger, but we never expected skeletal babies – close to death. Yemen… Continue reading

Reaping harvest of happiness

G Krishna Prasad is the founder director of Sahaja Samrudha, a grassroots-level organisation involving organic farmers and seed savers. In this article, he tells how farmers in Karnataka are showing the way to… Continue reading

नसीर, इस्मत आपा, मंटो और आर्टिस्ट

  अनु सिंह चौधरी मीडिया और जन-संचार के क्षेत्र में सक्रिय हैं. उनकी रचनात्मकता के विविध आयामों का परिचय उनके ब्लॉगसे मिलता है. उनसे पर संपर्क किया जा सकता है.   “मैं और… Continue reading