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What’s In a Name? Understanding the Definition of a Sport

Written by Ishaan BanerjiAs an Ultimate Frisbee player, I’ve often been told that I’m not playing a real sport. I’d never given these comments...
Football VAR

VAR: Does the Scoreline Reflect the Game?

Written by Govind Narayan The approval and subsequent utilisation of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the 2018 FIFA World Cup caused much furore, given...
India Drugs

Breaking The Habit: Rehabilitating Drug Addicts in India

Written by Kartik Sundar The streets of Asawarpur in rural Haryana are few among many in North India which are afflicted with a growing drug...

The Great Indian Dream

Written by Shashank Mattoo In 1867, Dadabhai Naoroji coined the phrase “drain theory”. In the broadest sense, it referred to how colonists like the British...

Painted in Hypocrisy: Outrage Over the Yulin Dog Festival

Written by Shantanu Kishwar Disclaimer: This article contains explicit images that may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.The Yulin Dog Festival...

The Citizens’ Tricolour

Written by Gopika Kumaran Public action in today's day and age need not be limited to a protest, internet campaigns or vigils. Collective public action...
India Education College

Fighting the Good Fight: Can Indian Liberal Institutions Stay True to Their Ideals?

Written by Tanvi Mehta While creating the education system for independent India, the first Education Minister, Maulana Azad, shouldered the responsibility of creating an institution...
Narendra Modi PM India The Bastion

You Push the Button, We’ll Do the Rest: How Brand NaMo Has Set the...

Co-authored by Aarathi Ganesan and Chirag Chinnappa "Congress ke neta kaan kholkar sun lijiye, agar seemaon ko paar karoge, to yeh Modi hai, lene ke...
GDPR

Changing Privacy Policies: The Coming of GDPR

Written by Saisree Subramanian The past couple of months have seen a flurry of activity at internet companies. Users have been presented with updated terms...
India Rape

Crime and Punishment: Why the New Ordinance Will Not Fight Rapes

Written by Aarushi Aggarwal  'Beti Bachao' These two words, that represent a countrywide campaign, have failed. Spearheaded by Prime Minister Modi, Beti Bachao may be painted on...

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