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The Art of Academic Discourse: Dr Arunabha Ghosh

Dr Arunabha Ghosh (AG), founder-CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), is a prominent figure in the energy and environment development...

‘Cricket Nationalism’ and the Northeast

Written by Tanvi Apte India’s diversity needs no introduction. Languages, food, festivals, clothing and more, it would probably take a lifetime to count the assortment...

Of Politics and the Environment: Understanding India’s Need for Green Parties

Written by Rizowana Hussaini “Future is Green, Green is Future”. These words greet every visitor of the India Greens Party’s website, one of India’s few...
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...

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...
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...
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Namma Metro Effect: Re-imagining Urban Development

Written by Goutham Nijalingappa The Metro rail systems have found huge success as a public transport option in Indian cities. With more than 660 km of...

Of Governance and Garbage

Written by Ahan Bezbaroa With rousing revelations, such as the IPCC’s recent Special Report that identified 1.5 degrees Celsius as the limit to which the...
'tis the Season! Should Judges Work More and Holiday Less?

’tis the Season! Should Judges Work More and Holiday Less?

Off late, the Supreme Court has come under increasing scrutiny for having extended vacation period. Despite the prolific verdicts passed in the past year, India’s understaffed judicial system is drowning in an ever-increasing number of cases. Is there any feasible solution to this problem?

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