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Eat Your Spoon and Save the World

Researched and written by Supriya DG. When Grade 1 students at Henderson Mill Elementary School, a STEM certified school in Atlanta, contacted the creator of...
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...
Electronic Walls: Protecting Ourselves in the Absence of Digital Privacy The Bastion

Electronic Walls: Protecting Ourselves in the Absence of Digital Privacy

Written by Karthik Sundar Cambridge Analytica’s utilization of data in the Brexit and Trump campaigns was shockingly effective. Through an app called “thisismydigitallife” developed by...
Fading Indian National Congress Symbol on a Wall

Tracing the Steady Demise of the Congress: What Happened to India’s Grand Old Party?

Researched and written by Arjav Kulshreshtha. As a dominant political force, the Indian National Congress (INC) has had an unprecedented impact on the country, unlike...

70 Years as an Indian: Why it is wrong to blame Muhammad Ali Jinnah...

Researched and written by Arjav KulshreshthaMost Indians are familiar with the postcolonial narrative that the All India Muslim League had been demanding for the...
Juvenile India

Life in Juvie: Losing Out on Second Chances

Written by Tanvi MehtaAccording to the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000, children who commit or are suspected of committing crimes, and are under the...
Uganda Parliament

Uganda’s Economic Quest: Unravelling the Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill 2018

Written by Philip DeweyiUganda's leaders are failing their country. This failure is caused by a cavalier government attitude about the needs of its citizens...

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...

The Stuff That Champions Are Made Of

Written by Dhruv Raman What does it take to win an extraordinary game? An extraordinary performance, right? Think back to the biggest games you have...

The Saga of Film Education: Raising Cinema to be Respectable

Written by K. Hariharan Cinema in the 20th century was the most dominant form of popular culture across the world. Simultaneously, it was considered the...

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