February 7, 2019

Since June 2018, Nawaz Sharif has been in a jail cell in Lahore, Pakistan. Serving this sentence with his daughter, he has failed to create the sort of sympathy he hoped would propel his party to power. Is the former 3 time PM of Pakistan fighting a losing battle?

December 25, 2018

India has been in the midst of severe agrarian distress. Finally, farmers have come out on the streets of the capital. Here's all you need to know.

October 18, 2018

Whose life was ruined because of the allegation? A psychology professor whose story was outed without her permission or a man who was sworn in as a judge in US Supreme Court after 3 women came out against him.

September 14, 2018

From L to R: Former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh, Dr. P. Chidambaram (former Finance Minister of India), and Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia (fmr Dep. Chairman of the Planning Commission). The three are considered to be the architects of India's post-Lehman economic policy.

 

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July 29, 2018

Zimbabwe stands on a historical crossroad as it looks forward to free herself from her most remembered freedom fighter – Robert Mugabe. Raising both loud applause and grave concerns throughout his political career, Mugabe ruled the nation for nearly four decades and ha...

June 11, 2018

Opioids

Unleashing an overdose epidemic upon western nations like USA and Canada, opioids often get a bad rep in healthcare discussions. However, in many poor and developing countries, millions who are agonized by unbearable pain are in dire need of proper opioid prescr...

May 2, 2018

Syria, mired in civil strife and conflict, faced yet another incidence of violence. Amid reports of chemical attacks, followed by US air strikes and international mudslinging, the international community conducted intense discussions on the future of the regime. There...

April 3, 2018

You probably remember seeing videos of Syrian children, angry and helpless in the face of what looked like hell on Earth. Heart-wrenching clips on social media though captivating, often fail at developing long term attention on the issue. Most of us in India were focus...

March 8, 2018

Ambedkar’s conflict with Gandhi during the Round Table Conferences is more or less ignored in popular discussions. Invited to the Roundtable Conference (1931), Ambedkar campaigned for separate electorates for what were then known as the depressed classes.

February 8, 2018

"It is hard to cast out caste from India."

This is an oft quoted expression and its perhaps because of this that anti-caste writers often find it a daunting task to write comprehensively about caste in India.

Caste, in all of its socio-cultural incarnations, has remaine...

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