Tag: Politics

Of Medals and Morals: What Kind of Athlete ‘Deserves’ the Khel...

“I was misquoted as saying I didn't deserve it, but certainly at nineteen, while I was young and shooting well, I only had a...

The Bastion Dialogues: Manu S. Pillai on How We Write Indian...

Anyone who's ever written an academic paper will tell you that while the end product may be enriching, the process itself is laborious, and...

A Host of Complications: Of International Sporting Events and Diplomacy

Written by Kartik Sundar 3.6 billion. That figure represents almost half the world’s total population. It is also the estimated number of people who tuned...

Donald Trump is a Child (And That’s Why People Love Him!)

Written by Aditya Srinivasan When faced with complicated questions, children offer the simplest responses. It is often endearing to watch a child stumble its way up...

Maudlin for the Mythic: Decoding the Rise of Pious Politics

Researched and written by Ayan Tandon. The last few years have shown a definitive resurgence of pious politics across the globe. From developed western countries...

(Party) President Sonia Gandhi: Analysing 19 Years of her Tryst at...

Researched by Ishita Dewan Written by Arjav Kulshreshtha “I am the daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi. I am not scared of anyone. I am not disturbed.” - Sonia...