Atal Bihari Vajpayee-The Legend

Purva Shah

Atal Bihari Vajpayee – a name that needs no introduction. A name that resonates with power. A name that plays an important role in making what India is today.  He served India thrice as a Prime Minister and was later appointed… Continue Reading →

Animals Have Feelings Too!

Radhika Bilolikar

It was the year 2016, a mother had just given birth to eight beautiful children and her joy knew no bounds! Within a fortnight, she watched as her babies were flung across the road and how their little heads shattered… Continue Reading →

Singapore Summit’18 – The Trump-Kim Parallel

Nikhilesh Garnepudy

North Korea has always had a significant quantity of weapons. After 2003, it has no longer been a party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). In 1963 North Korea had asked for help in the development… Continue Reading →


Vishnu Desai

Aadhaar, the 12 digit unique identity code (UID), known to all Indian residents based on their biometric information. Informally, it is better identified by many as the worst profile picture on a public identification card. It is the world’s largest… Continue Reading →

Subhanallah, Justice Mashallah

Pratish Mashankar

Disclaimer: The following article deals with the practice of Triple Talaq within the context of the Indian Constitution and Shayara Bano’s movement to abolish it.  It has been written with great sensitivity on part of the author and no offence… Continue Reading →

Grammys 2018 – Kendrick Lamar Part 2

Ashketh Tiwari

In my earlier article, I’d spoken about the album DAMN by Kendrick Lamar and this is a continuation of that article.  Best Rap Song, Music Video and Performance In this article I’d like to dissect the ‘Best Rap Song’ and… Continue Reading →

Grammys 2018 – Kendrick Lamar Part 1

Ashketh Tiwari

Rap music from the past decade comes off to be all about the clothes, the cars, the money, the expensive toys, the big mouths, the women and the bling. Although this notion is certainly true even till today, there comes… Continue Reading →

#metoo – a rallying call to end sexual violence

Ritika Saboo

Social movements are both fascinating and frustrating, taking a life of their own: they survive in chants of pithy slogans, find coherence in heated debates and, sometimes, just sometimes, culminate into a brilliant moment of reckoning of an idea whose… Continue Reading →

A clash of countries: USA and North Korea

Anunay Aatipamula

The conflict between North Korea and the U.S started way back in 1948 during the World War II. “Korea is called the forgotten war, and the part of what is forgotten is the utter ruin and devastation that was rained… Continue Reading →

Ram Nath Kovind- 14th President of India

Aishwarya Bommisetty

We all know that Hon’ble Ram Nath Kovind became the 14th President of The Republic of India on 25th July, 2017. He was the NDA’s choice as presidential candidate and won with over 7 lakh votes against opposition candidate, Meira… Continue Reading →

Dollar Dreams!!!

Shreyas Gawali

It is unfortunate that most of us have voluntarily made our future significantly dependent on an outcome which seems abysmally doomed.   I am talking about the day when the dollar dreams of  tens of thousands of Indians got shattered… Continue Reading →

Jallikattu: everything you need to know

Mohak Aurangabadkar

Last month, many citizens nation-wide found themselves coming across this term in the news, most of them had no clue what it meant. A lot of people thought it was another typical news-piece snowballed into a big storm, rife with… Continue Reading →

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