Life lessons in class realities from the migrant ‘subaltern’

By Umang Kumar
He knew about the whole business of “paisa phenkna” – the luxury to spend from the vast disposable incomes and the wealth accruing from the legacies of our privileged backgrounds…he did not need a Marx or even a Thomas Piketty to tell him about class conflict and inequalities in the world.

Coronavirus Pandemic and Education in Emergencies

By Rashid Askari
Universities are like bicycles. If you don’t ride and keep pushing the pedals, they will fall. So, whatever happens, they need to be kept functional. We have to think up and implement education strategies in view of this whole spectrum of natural, environmental, social, political, cultural and other related issues.