Month: June 2020

Why did Indi(r)a lift the Emergency?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Advertisements Today after 45 years are completed to the dreadful emergency, Satvik explores the reasons why the emergency was lifted and normalcy was brought back.  Imagine you’re the most powerful authority of a nation, that stretches from Kutchh all the way to Kohima, from Kashmir to Great Nicobar […]

Test of Education

Reading Time: 4 minutes Advertisements Vignesh explores the present and the post COVID scenario with respect to impact on the education. ‘Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.’- Malcolm X                          […]

Retaliation on our terms.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Advertisements If you ask anyone around you to define battle, they will probably go on to tell you the 2 centuries old definitions where words like guns, swords, violence will be thrown around. But let’s ask ourselves why were these tools used in the first place? They were […]

Independence of Central Banks

Reading Time: 5 minutes Advertisements Utsari makes a case for why Central Banks should remain independent. Without Central Bank independence, monetary policy is bound to go to astray. An economy is like an automatic operation, which when goes worse, should be corrected by individuals who excel in economics and have no conflict […]

Dark Web: Are You Ready For It?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Advertisements Osho ventures into this technologically and legally complex issue with ease and explains the phenomenon and its features.  We’ve all been there. We’ve all had anxious afraid adults who warned us about the scary, dark, mysterious, corrupt internet when we started using it. This is what they […]

Ayush Ministry: Is it worth your taxes?

Reading Time: 9 minutes Advertisements Satvik analyses different prisms as to why Ayush Ministry is or is not necessary.  The incumbent government initiated a plan to revive India’s culture, as was before the British subdued it and introduced us to the West. Ayurveda, Unani, and Yoga form a major part of what […]

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