Excerpt: Could the “Right to Privacy” judgment make us a better society or will it breed contemptuous evils such as corruption? Read this article by Mainak Mandal.
Excerpt: Lack of storage for nuclear waste is a genuine dilemma for the United States, and its case study usually serves as one of the very few valid arguments against nuclear energy.
Do read this article by Saksham Sinha.
Digital India has the potential to lead to a truly connected India and enable real time responses that commit to a better future with sustainable ideas.
Do read this article by Anirudh Singla.
With BRICS summit in sight, India and China have agreed to an “expeditious disengagement” of troops in Doklam, a disputed border area in Bhutan where their soldiers have been locked in a standoff for more than two months.
Do read this article by Anishkumar SS.
“The 2015 Delhi Elections proved to be a landslide victory,
Our ‘Mufflerman’ had clearly earmarked Delhi as his territory.
BJP had been reduced to a paltry 3/70 while Congress had failed to get off the mark,
The people of Delhi were joyous as they hoped to witness a revolution embark.”
Did the Delhi residents really witness a revolution?
Do read this poem by Chitranjan Jain.
Paralympians still strive for equal treatment with non-disabled Olympic athletes, but there is a large funding gap between Olympic and Paralympic athletes. When the Paralympic athletes get the same respect for their dedication and strong will as other Olympians, we will reach to a whole new level of egalitarianism.
Do read this article by Jivatneet Kaur.
The Olympics has been used as a podium to highlight and challenge issues related to racism throughout the world. Racism persists even today as exemplified by the Gabby Douglas- Simone Biles mixup, Rafaela-Maranhao racist tweets.
Do read this article by Aditya Ramachandran.
The India media sees Kashmir as a TRP Booster Pack. Kashmir is New Delhi’s migraine. The truth remains that New Delhi doesn’t care much about its migraine. They think it doesn’t have a cure. Probably true. All that’s to do is keep your pills, or pellets at bay. The next time the migraine hits you, just shoot a pill down your throat and a pellet down their eye and wait for the next hit. Convenient, isn’t it?
Do read this article by Aditya Goyal.
Right to free speech, which happens to be one of the most fundamental human rights, has been on the crosshair for a while now. People on the left are restricting free speech in an attempt to shape a more politically correct society, and here in India, our restrictive societal structure falls into disarray the moment someone voices an unpopular opinion. While technically we possess the right to free speech, but the ever-growing restrictions on what can be said and what cannot raise one single question: How Free is Free?
Do read this article by Satwadhi Das.
“Every night, the thought of killing her rapist doesn’t let her sleep; Every morning, without fail, she makes breakfast for him.” This cycle of events is very common in Indian households where daughters are taught from their adolescence to be selfless and fulfill their man’s desire.
With 2020 only a couple of years away, India is still struggling to give women a life of honor and one without the fear of being assaulted on roads, public places or even in their own homes.
Do read this article by Lakshay Kumar.
On 22nd August, the Supreme Court, in a 3 to 2 close vote, finally decided to declare the regressive practice of triple talaq unconstitutional. The five-judge constitution bench, constituting of judges from 5 different religions, found triple talaq to be in violation of Article 14 and 21 of the Indian Constitution, and since it is also classified as undesirable by the Sharia law, it is not protected by Article 25.
Do read this article by Satwadhi Das.
Many articles out there that contain fake facts, tampered numbers, warped scenarios, and even blatant lies. And a lot of people have noticed this as well. Trust in the media is at an all-time low in the current world, especially in countries like the United States. Many news agencies have pre-set political stances, opinions and biases. Truth be told, there is almost never an utterly unbiased news agency. This leads to most of their articles favouring one political agenda over the other. But above and beyond the external factors, personal biases creep in only to make things worse. The public generally tends to gravitate towards an opinion that affirms their prior beliefs. This creates echo chambers that may perpetuate fake news.
Do read this article by Hemanth Chenna.