BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies is a screen media research journal for the South Asian region brought out by Sarai in collaboration with the University of Westminster, London. It is a biannual peer-reviewed journal is published by Sage India. This initiative grew out of the significant output of research, teaching, and publications on South Asian and particularly Indian film and media. It covers a wide historical and contemporary canvas, ranging from pre-cinematic forms of assembly to contemporary computer practices, game cultures, ambient television, surveillance imaging, and the field of screen-based art installations. (Click for details)

Pratiman Samay, Samaj, Sanskriti is a refereed journal of social sciences and humanities in Hindi published by the Indian Languages Programme at CSDS. It addresses the real needs of a burgeoning number of academics researchers, students, and writers wanting to read and write discursive texts in Hindi. In the world of literature-centric magazines, this professionally edited and sophisticatedly designed biannual publication provides a hitherto unavailable academic forum for cutting edge research and contemporary debates in the life and times of our democracy, culture, and society in the sphere of Hindi. (Click for details)

Studies in Indian Politics is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal published by Lokniti, a research programme of the CSDS. It aims to provide a forum for those engaged in the study of Indian politics. It publishes research writings based on original research, book reviews as well as discussions on teaching Indian politics and issues in research methods. It publishes research writings that seek to explain different aspects of Indian politics based on primary data in the qualitative and quantitative traditions, archival research, interpretation of texts and documents, and secondary data. (Click for details)