Tiffin

A photo essay on the struggles of Indians in cities and towns for existence and dignity as they negotiate their lives every day.
16-Sep-2022
Sahir's lyrics for the Hindi film 'Didi' (1959) continue to have great contemporary relevance.
27-Jul-2022
Conversations between writers across India reveal similar processes of marginalisation spanning multiple communities. These insights offer ways for mutually…
05-Jul-2022
What can social science researchers discover if they stepped out of rigid frameworks of understanding deprivation and asked ‘subjects’ about their joys and…
04-May-2022
A teacher of many decades in schools and colleges reflects on what students get energised by and what teachers could stimulate in their pupils.
07-Apr-2022
From the early 20th century onwards, US Immigrants of South Asian origin—referred to as 'Hindus'—had to confront laws in many states against '…
09-Feb-2022
Godavari Dange developed a model of farming that enabled vulnerable women farmers in drought-struck Marathwada to stay food secure. Her life story captures the…
02-Feb-2022
In the 1930s, a spate of murders claimed the lives of several Punjabi men in California’s Central Valley region. US police and press were quick to ascribe…
09-Jun-2021
"In a conflict-ridden space like Kashmir, can working-class people express and understand the world in a language that is not their own, while…
23-Jun-2021
"The peak of language capacities is not in simply effective usage, but rather in giving language to that which is hitherto unsaid." An experiment in…
21-Oct-2021
Was John Orth a self-proclaimed ‘guru’ in the US in the early 20th century, or a one-time rug-dealer suspected of being a Russian spy, or perhaps the Austro-…
16-Nov-2021
A homage by a disciple to John le Carre', the Master of spy fiction, in the form of a beginning of a new novel ‘The Spy Without a Country’. Readers can…
17-Nov-2021