By Isti Bhattacharya
In the new world we could encourage smaller businesses that pollute the world less, we could break up with our fast-paced consumerist lifestyles, we could vote for governments who care more about their migrant labourers.
By Atreyee Majumder
Perhaps, we have been completely, totally, missing the point. That all the while, we were talking from our armchairs. Now that we are physically incarcerated in our armchairs, our inner wars are showing.
By Saheed Meo
It is both hope and despair that has defined our everydayness during the lockdown. Our everyday world is an unholy mix of fractured familial rhythm, tasting distrust, experiencing uncertainties and having incessant engagements with the virtual world.
By Manasi Sinha & Pratyush Bibhakar
With the shrinking of public-sphere (due to this prolonged lockdown) which is considered a male bastion in India, a toxic masculinity is increasingly mushrooming in the private-sphere threatening girls and women with a perpetual fear of violence, abuse and rape.