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Exodus 1990: An Unsung Story of Kashmiri Pandits

30 years of a dreadful event that still frightens the sufferers and the ensuing tales are substantial to press the redemption of dues. 19th January of 1990 is a horror for thousands of Kashmiri Pandits, who await rightful affirmation. There has been a long history of atrocities faced by the Kashmiri Hindus even before the… Continue reading Exodus 1990: An Unsung Story of Kashmiri Pandits

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The Other Side: CAA & NRC in Retrospection

Every coin has two sides and so does the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and National Register of Citizens. With the utter rage created amongst the people of India due to social influence and mass protest going on in the country, the other side of CAA and NRC might be getting glossed over. Here's a retrospective… Continue reading The Other Side: CAA & NRC in Retrospection

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Political Apathy: Why a Necessity?

Choosing to remain deaf to the ongoing political revolutions in the country doesn't make you apolitical but in turn puts you on the side of the oppressor rather. In this modern world, where every decision that's made has a political conottation, pretending to be serene by unjust laws being passed in the country counts as… Continue reading Political Apathy: Why a Necessity?

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The Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019: A deliberate Assault on Constitutionalism and Secularism

The Citizenship Amendment Bill, an instrument that allows the leaders to acclaim a position to question a person’s citizenship and it’s targeting of a certain community, namely the Muslim community who is the primary target of the NRC exercise that can be deemed as unconstitutional, unethical and manifestly arbitrary. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 (CAB)… Continue reading The Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019: A deliberate Assault on Constitutionalism and Secularism

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Caste System: A Blot on Human Rights

In times when basic rights violations are at it's peak with examples like the Citizenship Amendment Bill in India & Xinjiang Reeducation Camps in China, caste Discrimination takes a jab in it's most nascent form this International Human Rights Day. International Human Rights Day is observed globally on the 10th of December every year. This… Continue reading Caste System: A Blot on Human Rights

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OTT: The Next Craze, Indian TV’s Downfall

Indian Television Entertainment is at its lowest and Netflix India, Amazon Prime & Indian YouTube Shows are raising in popularity and viewership, day by day. Is it the end of typical Indian television shows or would Ekta Kapoor be giving a hand in degrading Indian Television Entertainment even more? Gone are the days when we… Continue reading OTT: The Next Craze, Indian TV’s Downfall

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Daily Soaps: Tried & Tested

In the ever so evolving era, where does Indian Television stand? Indian soaps we all quite frankly know are boring and repetitive, same plot lines stretched over eons (not an exaggeration), the lovers going in circles, the evil sagas. But why is Indian television so outdated? I remember after a long day of work, my… Continue reading Daily Soaps: Tried & Tested

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Feminism & Masculinity: Ideas vs. Ideologies

We are standing on the shoulders of giants when it comes to fight for gender equality but by using gender specific language, we bury the lead which in turn halts us in shining the spotlight on the issues that really matters. In order to demand equal rights for women, both men & women must be… Continue reading Feminism & Masculinity: Ideas vs. Ideologies

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State and the Fourth Estate: Perfect Bedfellows

Media plays a crucial role in politics as it influences public opinion and helps define and take up the issues. It can keep the powerful in check and bring transparency in actions. But what if the media engages in a contractual liason and compromises with its capability and responsibility of holding the state accountable? Media-… Continue reading State and the Fourth Estate: Perfect Bedfellows

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The Agents of Pessimism in the State of Control

The wave of intolerance that has taken over the country is a definitive product of the fake news culture. This way of thinking is further pushed forward by the representatives and informers of the public that we in layman’s terms call the journalists. This indeed has led to the decrease of the potentials of positive… Continue reading The Agents of Pessimism in the State of Control