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A Host of Complications: Of International Sporting Events and Diplomacy

Written by Kartik Sundar3.6 billion. That figure represents almost half the world’s total population. It is also the estimated number of people who tuned...
Jallianwala

Better Late than Never: An Apology for the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

Written by Aarushi AggarwalSituated beside the famed Golden Temple, the Jallianwala Bagh is essential to your typical Amritsar visit. It is conveniently located and...
Parth Shah The Bastion

The Art of Academic Discourse: Parth Shah

Parth J. Shah (PS), Founder and Chairman of the Centre for Civil Society and the Director of the Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP),...

Choreographing Transformation through Performance

Interviewed by Supriya D.G.  The labouring maternal body is not an unusual sight. Yet, there are few representations of motherhood outside of the intersection of...
AAP Education Atishi

Students First: Using Education as an Electoral Platform

Written by Rizowana Hussaini As the early morning buzz settles in on the narrow alleys of Sangam Vihar, Delhi, uniform-donned students rush inside the gates...

The Art of Academic Discourse: Delving into the EMRS Scheme

Interviewed by Ayush Jain on 11th March 2019This week, The Bastion’s Ayush Jain delved deep into the Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS) system. Set...
Investigating the Logistics of Surveillance in India

Waking the Sleeping Giant: Investigating the Logistics of Surveillance in India

Written by Anupriya NairA report from the Reuter’s Institute found that at least 55% of English-language news readers in India are afraid of expressing...

‘Developing’ Education or Cultural Distancing? Delving into the EMRS Scheme

Written by Ayush JainEver since Independence, the educational indicators of India’s Scheduled Tribe (ST) population have been much lower compared to the rest of...
Protest Hike

Plugging the Brain Drain: Revitalising Research in India

Co-authored by Harsh Ghildiyal & Sourya Reddy Being a research scholar in India is anything but easy. For instance, earlier this month, the Central University...
Refugee education

Educating Refugees: Uncertain Prospects for Rohingya Children in Chennai

Written by Jayashri R. Sundaram  “I am happy that I can at least go to school here. Back home we were not allowed to even...

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