Anglo-Indians have a rich history of excelling at sports from a young age thanks to familial and infrastructural support. But is there more to their success?
There is no dearth of prejudice and stereotyping of Anglo-Indians in 19th century English literature
A travelogue detailing the sights and smells of India’s quaint Anglo-Indian town in Jharkhand
The discourse on the lived experiences of Anglo-Indians can be enriched by listening to the members of the community
The number of Anglo-Indians living in this hub in Kolkata may have gone down, but what lives on is the sense of community and camaraderie
Although it features in the name of the film, the movie 'A Death In The Gunj' focuses more on the death and the events leading up to it and not so much on the gunj itself.
The representation of Anglo-Indians in cinema betrays a desire for an alternative emotional history of cosmopolitanism
In the 1930s and 40s, Anglo-Indians who moved to McCluskieganj, their new home, had a tough time settling in because of the lack of basic amenities
The colourful people who lived there made McCluskieganj what it was. Alas, only a few are left now
What does being an Anglo-Indian mean for the present generation? Can they ever come together as a community again?
Kitty Texeira, an Anglo-Indian woman, has been living in McCluskieganj for decades, searching for her identity. An extract from Vikas Kumar Jha’s novel
The Grant Govan Homes is a refuge for elderly Anglo-Indians in the capital where a little part of the Raj continues to live out its last days of glory
There was a time in the 40s when many Anglo-Indian families moved to Mhow. Most of them worked as railways personnel. But now, most of the families have moved...
Established as an Anglo-Indian village in 1800s, Whitefield in Bengaluru is now an IT hub. However, in some lanes, one can still find ‘Little Gem’ and...
Journalist Vikas Kumar Jha first visited McCluskieganj in 1990 to write a story for a magazine. But he fell in love with the unique Anglo-Indian town and ended...
A world within a world is running out of time. But the voices of McCluskieganj’s past continue to resonate within its ruins, even as development takes over
Where are Anglo-Indians, as a community, heading? What does the future hold for them? Will they be around or would they be relegated to the pages of history...
In an Exclusive Interview with Outlook, Anglo-Indian nominated MLA from Jharkhand Glen Joseph Galstaun unpacks the political farce that abolished the...
With the loss of political reservation, the Anglo-Indian community—through appeals and surveys—decides to take matters into its own hands
These portraits from 'The Anglo-Indians' by Dileep Prakash capture the many moods of this community spread across the country