Reading Time: 4 minutes Kerala is obsessed with communism, gods and gold. Although the existence of the first two is up for debate, gold is definitely one of the most real things to circulate Kerala through its legal supply chains and illegal hawala rackets. Although it is usually not a surprise to […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Syed Ali Shah Geelani resigned from his faction of All Parties Hurriyat Conference on 29th June. He appointed Abdullah Geelani as his successor, who has been burning his bridges with the Pakistani establishment since August 2019. The nationalists hailed this as another victory for the Modi 2.0 government […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes 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 (whose […]
Reading Time: 9 minutes 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 Indian […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Satvik writes how the COVID-19 pandemic has started a new wave of blaming and harassing our brothers and sisters from North East India based on their appearance. The COVID-19 pandemic is disastrous for humanity. Bad for some, dismal for others. Countries are locking down, finances are crumbling and […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes Satvik analyses the recent tussle in the global oil market which is complex and rather dangerous for the world not in what it focuses on but on what it does not focus. While the beginning of the year 2020 has been a hell of a ride for the […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Nanar refinery is not a coincidence, Kokan’s rejection to projects is now become a visible pattern, writes Satvik. With the cancellation of the Nanar super refinery project in March 2019, the list of megaprojects resisted by Konkan has only expanded.