Karnataka School Booked for Sedition After Fourth-Grade Students Perform Anti-CAA Play
The school authorities were pulled up for being "anti-national" for having kids in the play say they would throw slippers at Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he asked them to show their documents.
Anti-Citizenship Law Protests Are Turning India’s Youth Political on ‘Apolitical’ TikTok
The most downloaded mobile app in the country shaped a new youth culture. But now with young people leading the nationwide anti-CAA protests, the app content is radically transforming.
Meet the Guy Trying to Make Sure Your Online Activism Brings Offline Change
We spoke to Avijit Michael—a founding member of Jhatkaa, India’s biggest homegrown organisation for online activism—about dissent and demands in a dysfunctional democracy.
We Asked Young People If India Is Too Sensitive About What Is Shown in Movies, TV Shows and on Social Media
“Whether it’s a bikini or a new skimpy fashion trend, I won’t be surprised if the same people censoring our social media start claiming that even these go against our culture.”
What It’s Like Being a Political Graffiti Artist in India, and Getting Away With It
“How many times in your life have you seen your Prime Minister painted on a wall in a funny, satirical manner? Probably never. Maybe nobody has the courage to do it. Maybe nobody thinks it's important enough. But I think otherwise.”