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Dr. Yengde has published peer-reviewed articles in interdisciplinary journals.

He is a syndicated columnist with many publications across the world.

Dr. Yengde has published over 150 essays, articles, and book reviews in multiple languages in academic and non-academic journals in the field of caste, race, labor, and migration in the global south and, ethnicity studies.

His writings and essays have appeared in many renowned publications like Ethnic & Racial Studies, Economic & Political Weekly, Al Jazeera, BBC, and The Caravan among others.

Dr. Yengde writes fortnightly columns for The Indian Express and is a syndicated columnist at The Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Huffington Post, The Print, The Citizen, Globe & Post, The Mexican Times and The Conversation.

Though attachment to the Ambedkar family lineage still draws the rural masses, the people I have interacted with in political circles and urban voters have expressed dismay over Mayawati and Prakash Ambedkar’s politics and nature of interactions.

Despite a salary package of over Rs 3 lakh per year, he only manages to take home Rs 15,000 per month.

The world’s largest democracy, India is undergoing elections. Nearly 969 million voters are eligible to vote in the 18th round of General Elections, lasting over seven phases and 42 days.

This article theorizes the gravitas of historical solidarity through a budding Dalit-Black archive. It looks at intersections of race and caste projects within the African American public sphere through an anchoring lens of concern for Dalits in India.

All other ideologies, barring the Left, are ill-equipped to take on the cultural monster that the BJP has created

Memory in a Proustian doctrine is a playable drama. One recounts and plays the past into a memory, making it relatable and enjoyable in the process.

Almost every Dalit artist equipped with an anticaste, activist background has made it possible to view Dalit semantics. Among these last is artist Vikrant Bhise, whose figurative painting was on show at Anant Art Gallery in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Vikrant works on large canvases. His choice of subject matter is urbane and limited to his life experiences.

Vikrant works on large canvases. His choice of subject matter is urbane and limited to his life experiences. His subject
is the untouched but you won’t find the segregated squalor of the countryside here.

Many perceive caste to be a phenomenon that only exists in India. Yet, it is a part of Canadian society, and an issue that many in South Asian diasporas are contending with.