We Didn’t Start The Fire: Feb. & Mar. 2021

By Krishna AdvaniPicture Source: Google Images Ee-ei-ee-ei-NO Do you believe that farmers, the men and women across the country, should be entitled to selling their produce where they get the highest rate of return? Do you think that these farmers have the right to sell their crops beyond the ‘mandis’ of their state and earn…

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: January 2021

By Krishna Advani

The month at a glance so far from black lives matter, US Elections, world politics, sports and much more right here!

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Morocco’s Gamble In Western Sahara

By Rayomand Bhacka

Years into the conflicted state of the Kingdom of Morocco, take a glance at the heated Saharan dispute.

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The Choice of Motherhood

By Vasundhara Singh

Is the role and identity if a woman restricted to motherhood? This poem explores the journey of a woman (through pregnancy) by a new narrative, based on the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act Amendment, 2020.

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French Political Play in the East Mediterranean

By Rayomand Bhacka

“France has always held a special attention to what we call the Levant due to the large French communities there, the cultural and…..”

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How Did America & Britain Become Allies within a Century?

By Rayomand Bhacka

An interesting chronology of the Anglo-American Alliance, which evolved from colonial rule to a welfare-based diplomatic tie.

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Political Rap and The Black Lives Matter Movement

By Karan Menon

An in-depth piece about the relevence of Rap Music in the history of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ struggle, and Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Alright’.

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Revolution

By Aalia Jagwani

The word ‘revolution’ redefined to fit a new understanding of it. To go beyond what the dictionary says it to be, to create your own meaning.

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Newfound Ignorance? Pandemic Edition

By Jasnoor Anand

“This pandemic cannot be another one of societies experiences of new-found ignorance. It is time to redesign society as we know it.”

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Turkmenistan – The Politics of Isolation

By Rayomand Bhacka

Why is a repressive and authoritarian rule so deeply entrenched and why have the Turkmenistan citizens experienced a total absence of liberalism?

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The 21st century’s 20s

Since one of the most celebrated decade, the 20, is making a come-back, here are some trends that need to be revived.

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We Didn’t Start The Fire

“Oh what an age, the past decade has been.” This piece talks about the global affairs and their predominant themes in the past decade.

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