Month: March 2021

UIGHUR Protest :A Futile Attempt

Reading Time: 3 minutes It all started in the year 2018, when Individuals from the Uighur community separated from their families, lost absolute contact with anyone, in the Xinjiang “Chinese Concentration Camps” which China claims to be “reeducation centers” The Uighur community residing in Turkey in support of Uighurs confined in the […]

Mother of Ironies

Reading Time: 2 minutes Recently, Speaker of Indian Parliament, Shri Om Birla has written to the Chairperson of Inter-Parliamentary Union regarding the recent debate that took place in the British House of Commons. The request was a little unconventional, Mr. Birla had requested that other Parliaments should not discuss the laws passed […]

Unpacking Reservations in India: Theory, Practice, and Beyond

Reading Time: 11 minutes Article by Nandini Tripathy ABSTRACT The object of this study is to quantify the impact of reservations on its different partners, especially, under-graduate instructive organizations. The paper will look to accomplish answers to questions like whether reservations have empowered better access to under-graduate courses in instructive establishments, regardless […]

‘Unity in Diversity’. – Article by Laxmi Prasad Boda

Reading Time: 13 minutes Introduction: The Citizenship Amendment Bill, according to the government, is rooted in humanitarian concerns: it will offer refuge to people fleeing religious persecution. Yet these concerns are remarkably selective, restricted to Hindus, Buddhists, Parsis, Sikhs, Jains and Christians from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Undocumented migrants from such communities […]

A Reform from Within

Reading Time: 5 minutes Article by Abhiramy The western definition of secularism as the separation of politics or the state from religion hardly fits into the multi-religious dynamics of the patchwork called India. Even in its place of origin – western Europe- the term is aching for a reform, as different religions […]