Profile of Astha Savyasachi
In a conversation with Outlook, Rupesh Singh talks about the Pegasus attack, the story he was pursuing when he was snooped upon, his message to the government and much more.
In an interview with Outlook, Medha Patkar shares why she’s backed the farmers’ protest, her hopes from the movement and the road ahead.
As activist Sudha Bharadwaj's health deteriorates inside prison, her friends and family speak to Outlook about her incarceration and work among the tribals in Chhattisgarh.
It was an airless storm that blew over India this summer. Human beings were felled, like ninepins, after being starved of oxygen itself. How have the victims’ families coped?
If this govt has any shame left, it should free all political prisoners, says Stan Swamy's comrade
Twitter has lost that privileged position of protection, of the safe harbour, which effectively means it is going to be exposed to all kinds of legal consequences for all third-party data or information that Twitter is going to make available.
'You haven't done anything wrong. You have protested against CAA. Go and answer the questions bravely,' Devangana's mother told her
Amid collapsing healthcare infra, doctors resort to quackery as government endorses unproven cures
A child in a Covid-infected family watches his grandparents die and decay before him while his father pleads in vain with neighbours and strangers for help. Welcome to Delhi. Welcome to Hell
The Delhi government on Monday passed an order to convert 100 rooms of the Ashoka Hotel into a Covid-19 Health facility for Justices of the Delhi HC
‘Corona won’t be able to reach us because we would have been dead by then. Dead by starvation,’ says Renu, whose husband lost his job two months ago.
Asked about her dreams for the future, Jyoti says, “I wish to own a study table of my own. I wish I had a study room like the children in public schools have.”
The Dalit activist has been beaten and tortured in jail, but his spirit remains untamed, asserts his best friend
The 23-year-old Dalit activist, in a Punjab jail for more than three weeks on alleged trumped-up charges, was reportedly tortured in custody.
The #ItsNotOk campaign launched by the caller ID app is in stark contrast to its own history of data and privacy breaches
Dr Abhay Chawla explains why the recent controversy over WhatsApp should serve as a wake-up call for those who believe in data privacy.