Read the best of our Chaos coverage

From the travails of food-delivery cyclists to Patanjali’s quack medicines to gun culture in Punjab, five handpicked stories on turmoil in India.

The year has nearly come to an end. You might be planning something nice for tomorrow night, or even be on holiday already.

But before you move on to the festivities, allow me to present a selection of five of the best stories from The Morning Context’s Chaos section. You’d have seen our free reads on Saturday mornings, bringing new insight into how India works. Our team faces a bewildering choice of ideas to work on. There is just so much happening in India—so much chaos. So we spend a lot of time choosing stories of the greatest priority …


Nihar Gokhale

Nihar Gokhale led the Chaos coverage at The Morning Context. Nihar wrote on the environment, the economy and resource conflicts in India. He has reported from across the country on everything from displacement, pollution and environmental violations to land regulation, corruption and human rights. He was earlier associate editor at Land Conflict Watch, and his work has appeared in Scroll, The Wire, IndiaSpend, The Caravan and Mongabay India.

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