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

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 

Migrant Laborers in India: They’re Mobile, Their Money Isn’t

Bank ‘Gandhigiri’, Cashless Hara-kiri in Marathwada

The Cashless Economy of Chikalthana

‘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

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