Alisha Rahaman Sarkar
This is perhaps for the first time in the history of an Indian election that a leader will use foreign soil in an attempt to secure his party's vote bank.
23 Mar 2021
One of the finest voices of Dalit literature, Manoranjan Byapari has been writing for the people who live on the margins since the 80s. Now, he says he wants to do something for them.
20 Mar 2021
The epicentre of Mamata’s rise to power -- Nandigram -- is again at the heart of the “Battle for Bengal”
12 Mar 2021
The Left have come a long way from 'Tomar naam aamar naam Vietnam' in the 60s to 'Tumpa sona' in 2021 -- a switch that many say is reflected in their party as well
09 Mar 2021
Battered by the relentless 'outsider' jibes from the Trinamool camp, the BJP is doing everything they can to prove they understand the tenets of Bengaliness.
02 Mar 2021
Owaisi's influence in Bengal remains limited to the Urdu-speaking upper-caste Muslims. For the rest of Bengal, language will be his first barrier.
24 Feb 2021
The survey carried out across 6.1 lakh sample households had significant pointers on how women are girls are treated in India. So, what does it reveal?
04 Feb 2021
The 1.8 crore-strong Matua community has a direct impact on almost 70 Assembly seats in Bengal. Once with the Trinamool, they shifted their allegiance to the BJP in 2019.
30 Jan 2021
A study undertaken by McKinsey revealed that if women participate equally it will provide the world's economy a GDP boost of $28 trillion by 2025.
28 Jan 2021
During the lockdown, a sense of loneliness crept slowly into our lives and made its way into our hearts, refusing to leave. More so for the LGBTQ community.
09 Jan 2021
29-year-old D Chatterjee, the only breadwinner in her family, lost her job as a dancer at weddings soon after the government of India put a halt to gatherings.
08 Jan 2021
The politics of a headscarf, a piece of clothing deeply-rooted in Islamic patriarchy, is far from simple.
05 Jan 2021
Several of these protests may have failed and some met with brute force, but society has witnessed women's collective anger and it will never be the same
01 Jan 2021
Simran Patel, 27, had been planning her perfect day for more than a year. The guest list, the songs, the food to be served -- she had it all sorted. And then Covid lockdown struck!
22 Dec 2020
CEO-turned-poet Arun Kumar’s book of poetry is also an affirmation of hope at a time when the world is relentlessly seeking a sense of normal.
14 Dec 2020