Home Opinion

Opinion

Opinion Editorials

Stories of Kabeera The Bastion

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?

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...
CSR

To Act or Not to Act? Changing Our Expectations of Corporate Morality

Written by Ashni AcharyaNarratives shape us. A student studying at Plato’s Academy would not have the same notion of human rights as a student...
Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal New Delhi 280917

Can the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Pull Manual Scavengers out of the Gutters?

Co-authored by Simran Taneja and Avantika Bunga Every year since 2014, during the weeks approaching October 2, in addition to the values, morals and politics...

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...

Silencing Talkies – India’s Politicised Film Censorship

Co-created by Ashni Acharya and Kartik Sundar In the face of a rapidly expanding call for swaraj during the 1900s, the British Raj heavily censored...
Williams Serena Tennis

Catch 22: Serena Williams’ “Open” Dilemma

Written by Aarathi Ganesan Tennis, a white gentleman’s game for centuries, was revolutionized from the late 1990s by an innocuous debutant, Serena Williams. She entered...

Too Good to be True? Exploring India’s Refreshed Relations with Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s tryst with destiny began in 1948. The island nation, separated from India by the Palk Strait and Gulf of Mannar, has since...

THIS WEEK

Like what you see?
Stay up to date!

Subscribe to our mailing list and get carefully curated news from The Bastion in your inbox. No spam.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.