The Wire

  1. Migrant Workers in Delhi’s Kapashera have been left to fend for themselves
  1. Diagnosing the Inflationary Signals Right
  1. Seven Years Of Modi: Why India Needs Its Joe Biden
  1. Locked down by the pandemic, Culturally Important Nomadic Communities Struggle to Survive
  1. COP26: A Step Forward or a COP-Out?
  1. In Photos: The fading Tradition of Hand Bloc Printing in Rajasthan
  1. How Did A Curfew-Style Lockdown Impact Farming in Haryana?
  1. Pressed in Steel: A Tale of Migrant Factory Workers in NCR’s Wazirpur and Badli Areas
  1. Unscientific’ or ‘Indifference’: A look at Access (In)Equality Data as Govt. Slams Hunger Index
  1. Anchored in the Barren: The Case of Pune’s Janata Vasahat
  1. Why do we need leaders at all?
  1. The Shades of Populism in Narendra Modi’s Politics of Infrastructure
  1. The Social Utility Considerations Attached Biden’s Support for IP Waivers
  1. Blunting the Economic Impact of the Second Wave of Covid19 with a 3,6,9-Month Plan
  1. The Need for a New ‘Knowledge Sharing’ Compact
  1. Declining Wages, No Government Aid: Daily Wage Workers Are Stuck in a Deep Crisis
  1. Sitharaman’s ‘Pro-Growth’ Budget Misses a Few Thorns in the Indian Economy
  1. Months After the Delhi Riots, Many Victims Still Have Memories of Collective Horror
  1. Farm Protests Reflect India’s Worst Failing: A Broken Farmer-State Contract
  1. Jobs, Education, Cattle and Lord Ram: Perspectives from the Field in Uttar Pradesh
  1. Fishing in Uncertain Waters: Conversations with Fishers in TN and Puducherry
  1. Queer Rights: Sec 377 Is Down, but Urgent Reforms Are Required for Equality and Dignity
  2. Bachaikari of Bhalswa: Narratives of Waste Pickers from a Delhi Landfill
  3. How Ajrakh’s Rising Demand Has Changed the Dynamics of the Tradition Behind the Art