Mini Chandran

The writer teaches at IIT-Kanpur.

Articles By Mini Chandran

Publish And Perish

Targeting of a Kerala publishing house expands the ambit of censorship

Can you hear me?

Each of us is being incited to speak to ensure that none of us is actually heard.

A Different Neighbourliness

Ironically, freedom of speech was first restricted to curb anti-Pakistan views.

The Native Sahib

Kipling left India but India never left him

Silence, Exile And Cunning

In oppressive times, writers find ways to make their voices heard.

A more docile writing

The Emergency left behind a culture of self-censorship in our writers and artists