Amit Sengupta

Corona and Kerala: Fighting a difficult fight smartly

When it comes to tacking a natural catastrophe or a pandemic, the Left government in Kerala, led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, has shown the way to the rest of India.

You say goodbye, I say hello

Letter from a dad to a daughter. An ode to freedom and beauty, from the earth and sky to the forest and the river. While the city waits with its seductions and sensuality

BJP’s Shaheen Bagh obsession: What do they plan to do there?

So how much voltage of what kind of ‘current’ is Amit Shah fantasising to send terrible shivers down the spine of peaceful people in Shaheen Bagh?

‘Bhagat Singh would have fought fascist forces’

Prof Chaman Lal, expert on Bhagat Singh and the revolutionary freedom movement, speaks to Amit Sengupta

‘The street is a symbol that can mobilise people’

Suchitra Vijayan of The Polis Project, New York in conversation with Amit Sengupta on the current mass movement in India.

Hong Kong: ‘Silent’ Majority wants Democracy

The district polls victory is not only symbolic, it is also a pointer that the ossified structures of totalitarianism are not such a popular idea in China anymore, especially in Hong Kong.

Three murders in Santiniketan

They happen, one by one, with all the diabolical drama thrown in, not one murder, but three, rocking the eternal peace of the peaceful landscape in forever retreat, pushing everyone on the edge.

Durga: She lies on the floor, in perfect repose

Annie Ali Khan died too young. Her spiritual journeys with a notebook and camera is still incomplete.

‘Ancient Indians were compulsively carnivorous’

Historian and archaeologist Nayanjot Lahiri speaks to Amit Sengupta.

Kashmir: A muscular decision that has weakened India’s hand

It is a typically predictable Catch-22 scenario, and even the most muscular gamblers might have actually botched it up very, very, badly.