Justice for Nirbhaya?

Justice for Nirbhaya?

It’s been four years since the horrific rape and fatal assault that occurred on the roads of Munirka in South Delhi when a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern Jyoti Singh, now known as Nirbhaya, Damini and several other appellations, was beaten, gang-raped and tortured brutally. Despite of trying every way possible so that she could be one…

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Guns and Marriages- A Story of “Modern” India

A 25-year-old pregnant dancer was shot dead in a “celebratory firing” during a marriage ceremony in the town of Maur Mandi situated in Bhatinda, Punjab, on the 3rd of December, 2016. This, in fact has raised serious questions on the efficiency of the Government in controlling the passage of firearms in safe hands. Four people…

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Triumph For Trump

Triumph For Trump

The American dream is a well-established ideal for every fellow American. It is a rather simplistic approach towards progress in all spheres for a nation and is defined as the ideal by which equality of opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved. In that particular context, it…

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Cashless Economy – a boon or bane?

Cashless Economy – a boon or bane?

“Learn how does a digital economy work! Learn to make transactions through cards, internet banking and various other electronic modes. Its CLEAN! “ Days after the demonetisation of lately used high-denomination notes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was heard pitching about his policy of internet-driven cashless economy in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address. Analogous to which…

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In Feminism we Trust (Or Do We?)

In Feminism we Trust (Or Do We?)

“We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” Isn’t our existence deeply rooted in hypocrisy when on one side we have a woman contesting with a racist orange clown for the most powerful position in the world and on the other side we have people rallying against her simply because she is a…

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SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS –Impacts of an apocalyptic civil war

SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS –Impacts of an apocalyptic civil war

“So it begins. You take a step. You exit one life and enter another. You walk through a cut border fence into statelessness, vulnerability, dependency, and invisibility. You become a refugee.” Indeed, the conflict in Syria has given rise to perhaps the most severe humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. Half the country’s pre-war…

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The Censored Era

The Censored Era

 The dawn of May 10th 1951, was indeed a very promising one! The Indian democracy was strengthened by its newly made constitution. Fundamental Rights were laid down to preserve the dignity and integrity of the nation and its fellow citizens, and one of those was the Right to Speech! Since the day of drafting, no…

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