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.”
Some Indian Women Are Quietly Cancelling Their Periods, and It’s Empowering
While we’ve been conditioned to believe that a monthly period is a sign of good health, women actually have a choice to give up on menstruation. We meet some Indian women who’ve made that choice.
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Indian Ministry Wants Students to ‘Connect’ Their Social Media Accounts to their College's
Students, teachers and youth rights activists are worried that this might be a way for authorities to collect personal data and target those with views against the government.
Trump Can’t Block People He Doesn't Like on Twitter, Appeals Court Says
A federal appeals court has upheld an earlier ruling that President Trump cannot silence people on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.
In a 'Culture of Fear', Bangladeshi Photographer Shahidul Alam Held a Festival on Dissent
In Dhaka last week, Chobi Mela resonated with Alam’s call for collective resistance under authoritarian regimes.
On the Frontline: Syed Shahriyar’s Award-Winning Work Is Documenting Kashmir’s Modern History
The Kashmiri photojournalist talks about his life in the valley.
Sins of My Father
Sagar Abraham-Gonsalves spoke to VICE about what he learnt from his #UrbanNaxal dad over the last three days.