‘My thoughts will be always free': Susan Nathan

I am very proud to be an Israeli but I am very ashamed of my government’s policy. Susan Nathan, the Israeli writer, mired in controversy

Mullaperiyar agitation ended : Prof. CP Roy

Mullaperiyar dam has become the bone of contention between the two South Indian states – Kerala and Tamil Nadu- that had maintained a symbiotic relationship over the years. Agitations,

Modi&Co. behind fake encounters: RB Sreekumar

Kozhikode: Former Gujarat DGP RB Sreekumar who has had first hand experience of the Modi run Gujarat government claimed that Modi and Co. is directly and solely responsible for the fake encounters in Gujarat. Mr Sreekumar who was in Kozhikode expressed his views to doolnews on the Ishrat Jehan fake encounter

How do I keep up the fighting spirit? It is my Kerala blood

One glance at her and you will realize that even after years of valiant fighting there are no signs of fatigue. The outspoken, expressive, articulate social activist and elegant dancer Mallika Sarabhai talked to Niranjalli Varma,

‘Memorizing is not learning’

Interview/ Greata Jackson- Sindhu Shelly Greta Jackson, a U.K. born academic expert, was recently in Kerala as a part of an official visit to India. A London University graduate, her professional career is teaching. In 1996 she came to India for the first time to be a part

“A challenge faced by a contemporary writer is to generate high-quality material”

Alan Kirby is a specialist in 20th-century literature and culture. He holds degrees from Oxford, the Sorbonne, and Exeter universities, and is currently working in Oxford. His first monograph, “Digimodernism”, an exploration of cultural shifts in the aftermath of postmodernism, is published by Continuum on 1st July. In an interview with M K Hari Kumar, Alan Kirby speaks about postmodernism, digimodernism and post modern aesthetics.

Your statement is ” post modernism is dead and buried”- how?

The statement has slightly different meanings in the various contexts where it can be applied. As a set of aesthetic practices,

Nothing changes in India fundamentally

Mumbai-based Dalit intellectual, thinker, human rights activist and author of the book Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop, Dr Anand Teltumbde emails answers to R.K.Bijuraj’s queries on Dalit politics and situations. He critically examines the Dalit panther movement, Communists, Mayavathi and recent court verdicts.What is the position of Dalits now in general? Do you think progressive changes are happening around? Or is it facing setbacks