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The Unpredictable Journey of Indian Secularism

The Unpredictable Journey of Indian Secularism

By Sanjana Sanghi (Sub-Editor) We Indians, we yearn for a secular State. I stand to correct myself, a “truly secular” State. But what does this idealistic version of secularism really encapsulate? Will it empower us in ways it hasn’t been able to before? Or make us feel more as citizens of a democratic nation than [...]

The Ban That Was

The Ban That Was

 By Rimsha Falak (Literature Editor)           On the Twenty-fifth of May, the Indian government, specifically the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, enforced a broadcasting ban on Comedy Central India; which was supposed to last for ten days but was temporarily lifted on the twenty-eighth. The programming was prohibited due to the following [...]

Sukun – A Ray of Hope

Sukun – A Ray of Hope

 By: Alankrita Anand (PR Co-ordinator)         For those of who who have yet not heard of the latest convertible in town, it’s a modern (and may I add, swanky) incarnation of the humble rickshaw, and as reiterated by the project head time and again, Sukun is not a technological innovation for it’s [...]

Wake Up/Snooze – Your Choice

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Wake Up/Snooze – Your Choice

By Tanya Krishnoth (Sub Editor, International Section)           It has happened. Again. And this time it is but a 5 year old. And why? Because she’s a girl. Headlines – “5-year old RAPED in Delhi” – flooded the media, left, right and centre. It’s a brutal recap of what seems to [...]

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