P. Sainath

P Sainath is the founder and editor of the People’s Archive of Rural India. He has been a rural reporter for decades and is the author of ‘Everybody Loves a Good Drought.’ You can contact the author here: @PSainath_org

M.S. Swaminathan Lives on in the Hearts of India’s Farmers

India’s Media at 75: Shackled by Profit, Politically Imprisoned

When Bhabani Mahato Fed the Revolution

India’s Patriotic Paradox: Desi vs. Foreign Liquor

An Open Letter to the Chief Justice of India

India’s Farmers Win on Many Fronts, Media Fails on All

Forbes, India and Pandora’s Pandemic Box

Rich Farmers, Global Plots, Local Stupidity

Uproar in India: And You Thought It Was Only About Farmers?

“We Didn’t Bleed Him Enough”: When Normal is the Problem

The Migrant and the Moral Economy of the Elite

What We Should Do About COVID-19

Making Rebellion Attractive: Why the Establishment Still Hates John Reed

The Courier and His Anti-British barrage

It’s Raining Sand in Rayalaseema

The Floods of Kerala: the Bank That Went Under…Almost

The Floods of Kerala: Saving Photos and Memories

Kerala’s Women Farmers Rise Above the Flood

Ganpati Yadav’s Gripping Life Cycle: Freedom Fighter, Farmer, Family Man

The Unsung Heroism of Hausabai

A Long March of the Dispossessed to Delhi 

‘Captain Elder Brother’ and the Whirlwind Army

India, Where Corporate Socialism is a Growth Industry

Solidarity and Solar Panels in Kerala

The Loneliest Library in the World

Farm Suicides Soar

India’s Vanishing Farmers

Feeding Frenzy of the Kleptocracy

The Tale of the Onion

Demographic Blowback

Politics, Race and Money

Obama’s Windfall

When War Passes for Foreign Policy

Follow the Money, Find the Leader

Obama Can Keep the Change?

The Austerity of the Affluent

How the Times of India Colluded with Monsanto in Fake Reports of Bt Cotton Successes

How to Beat Poverty in India

The Food, the Bad and the Ugly

Billionaires Control Cricket in India

Walmart’s (and Hillary’s) Indian Invasion

Sham Wrestling at the World Economic Forum

Migration of the Destitute

Indians’ Flight From Agriculture

How the Cricket Caucus Made a Killing

Indian Regime Most Corrupt in Nation’s History

The Dangerous, Undemocratic Pretensions of "Civil Society"

Cornell Professor Seeks to Legalize Bribe-Giving in India

Gates, Buffet & the Art of Giving

What Socialism for the Rich Costs India