Deconstructing Change: The Election That Changed India

The 2014 General Election was a landmark moment in the history of independent India. A packed Char Bagh saw one of the most electrifying sessions of the 2015 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival as the speakers analysed the repercussions of the historic mandate given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and its meaning for the future of Indian politics and… Read more »

Elephants In The Room – India And Its Neighbours: Kazi Anis Ahmed, Ahmad Rafay Alam, Lily Wangchhuk, Aunohita Mojumdar In Conversation With Neelam Deo

A power panel explored the social and political workings of the countries bordering India, namely Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The discussion ranged from elections and political portraits to the role of the media and involvement of the youth and middle class in social change, as well as India’s position as a strategically important neighbour…. Read more »