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About Angela Saini

Angela Saini is a journalist and film reviewer based in London. She has written for Frontline (New Delhi), Red Pepper, and the Observer.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Wal-Mart: the high cost of low price

The success of Robert Greenwald’s documentary on the American retail behemoth holds an inspiring lesson, says Angela Saini.

Climate change in the movies

Forget “The Day After Tomorrow” – there are far better films on climate change. Angela Saini sees them and survives.

No place like home

“Swades”, Bollywood’s latest, wittily underlies a changing attitude in India towards non-resident Indians, says Angela Saini

Delhi Calling

European Social Forum activists and trade unionists condemn the outsourcing of call-centre jobs to India as one of globalisation’s injustices. But what do their Indian employees think? Angela Saini reports.

'Islam for me was more punk than punk': Aki Nawaz interviewed

The next social revolution will happen where power lies, in the west – and it will arise from the developing world’s global diaspora. Ahead of the European Social Forum in London, leading British Asian musician and founder of Nation Records, Aki Nawaz, talks to openDemocracy.

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