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The Naga Saga

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Naga Saga Five years back, the Framework Agreement was marked between the Government of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isaac-Muivah) amid an extraordinary exhibition. This was done under the purview of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and General Secretary of the NSCN (I-M) Thuingaleng Muivah […]

Indo Japan Meet and Abe’s exit

Reading Time: 4 minutes “Confluence of the Two Seas”- the speech on his first visit to the Indian Parliament in 2007 was a turning point of Indo Japan strategic relations. That’s how influential the Japanese leader Shinzo Abe was. From hoisting Japan to the heights of consistent infrastructural growth to creating the […]

Jagannath Rath Yatra ⁠: A Transcendental Pull of Emotions

Reading Time: 7 minutes The Supreme Court had tampered the 462-year-old tradition of Rath Yatra by upholding concerns of public health in this pandemic. COVID 19 has witnessed different religious gatherings right since Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi. Shivani reasons the Supreme Court decision on Rath Yatra 2020 with the legalities, theology and public health concerning the same. Hope this finds you in good health. Stay safe and keep reading our articles!

Tibet’s fourth finger under a new threat

Reading Time: 3 minutes It is true that by now China’s quest on random territories of other nations does not surprise us anymore. In fact, China’s recent adventurism in Bhutan by claiming its authority on Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary (which has never been an officially recognised land of dispute in history) reinforces its […]

Independence of Central Banks

Reading Time: 5 minutes 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 of […]

To Overshadow the Master-Plan?

Reading Time: 8 minutes Utsari highlights these strategic events and joins all the dots, to remind you to look at the bigger picture of Chinese adventurism during the dreadful times. “Great historical progress always happens after a major disaster,” said Xi Jinping during a recent visit to Xi’an Jiaotong University. The question […]

India at Geopolitical Crossroads

Reading Time: 11 minutes Utsari writes about why India should become proactive regarding it’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Policy with context to recent operations of Army near LoC and judgment of Pakistan’s Court. Washing hands for 30 seconds at regular intervals, trying a new dish every evening, finally reading that book on the […]

The Coronavirus & its economic impacts

Reading Time: 3 minutes Utsari makes a very unique argument of how the disease is also impacting economy at large and how its equally an economic problem too. What started as a rare pneumonic outbreak surprisingly surpassed the horrendous SARS(severe acute respiratory syndrome) which killed around 774 people in 2003. While the […]