Chinese artist Dagou captures intimate moments between queer couples in a culture where homosexuality is still taboo. The images are lovely, subtle yet powerful. Check out the rest of the collection here.
The world’s biggest law firms, powerful governments and companies rely on Indian hackers to do their dirty work for them. No, they are not hiding in the shadows—but hiding in plain sight in shiny offices in Gurgaon and Delhi—as a recent Times UK investigative series reveals.Read More
We look at the effect of the pandemic—which accelerated the number of little girls entering puberty at a very young age. But should we be “blocking” their development using pills? Or should we be embracing this early onset as the ‘new normal’?Read More
In 2019, the government passed a constitutional amendment to create a special 10% quota for Economically Weaker Sections—defined not by their caste but their household income. Yesterday, the Supreme Court upheld its legality in a judgement that may transform welfare schemes in India.Read More
Everyone is unhappy with Elon Musk’s sweeping changes—advertisers, celebrities, users and employees. Are we witnessing the beginning of the end for Twitter? The answer lies in the company’s balance sheet—rather than Musk’s personal politics.Read More