• Sri Lanka Altercation

    It is a good indication of the trouble the democracy has encountered when one of the oldest democracy in Asia has entered into a unprecedented turmoil, shaking the whole roots the system was based upon. The story of our neighbouring country is such.  The story that is being unfolded is nothing less than a Hindi movie, where a person has the ability to do whatsoever he may please without a single bit respect to the institution he is representing. This is the narrative that we started to receive from the President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena, when he ousted Ranil…

  • The Sabarimala Controversy

    While the Constitution of India was being framed, many of the eminent members of the institution did point out that many of the fundamental rights they are inculcating in the Constitution are overlapping and may cause various issues in guaranteeing…

  • What is Climate Change?

    The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years, there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat, with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 7,000 years ago marking the beginning of…

  • Stubble Burning

    In the coming few days, India’s northern region in general and New Delhi in particular, is likely to become the world’s most polluted places, because of the vast number of farmers majorly in the states of Punjab and Haryana, and…

  • Who are the Rohingya?

    “Painting the enemy as being as inhuman as possible is a great way to win a war,” quoted Rae Carson in The Bitter Kingdom. Such has been the portrayal of the Rohingya people by the people of affluence in Myanmar.…

  • Ayushman Bharat Yojana

    India is currently in a state of health transition. Infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, dengue, H1N1 and antimicrobial resistance remain a persistent threat to health and economic security. At the same time, the country is having to confront the emerging…

  • The Account of Aadhaar

    “It is better to be unique than the best” quoted the Supreme Court (SC) while delivering the judgement on the commonly dubber ‘Aadhaar Case’. This statement is of significance as the original idea behind the formulation of the Aadhar scheme…

  • The Rafale Deal Altercation

    Which government got us the cheaper deal to fulfill the desperate needs of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to upgrade the aging fleet, of Medium Multi-role Combat Aircraft (MMCRA), the UPA II or the NDA? The French maker of the…

  • Iran Nuclear Deal and India

    “Those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it,” says Edmund Burke. This quote of Burke is holding true in today’s time. The whole conundrum began during the period of Iran Revolution in 1978-79 when Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, commonly…

  • The Indian Rupee

    A weaker currency helps in the growth of exports, a theoretically correct argument, was stated by the IMF. A certain amount of truth in this statement can also be found in the precedent set by China; who has kept its…

  • Abolishing Article 35A. Can it be done?

    Jammu and Kashmir acceded to the Union of India on 27th October, 1947 when Lord Moutbatten, the then Governor-General of India, accepted the Instrument of Accession signed by the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir under the provisions of Government of…

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