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January 12, 2019
What-will-the-10-percent-quota-bill-achieve

The central government’s 10% quota bill has been approved by both the houses of Parliament, well on its way to now become a law. Ever since the Union Cabinet gave its nod, the reservation bill has stirred up debates in our political sphere. But, why? What makes the quota bill so special, and why are there two sides forming on the issue? Read on to find out. What is the reservation bill about? The 10% [...]Read More

January 9, 2019
Indo-Pak Relations

On 18th August 2018, Pakistan appointed its 22nd Prime Minister, Imran Khan. With his tenure, also began a set of speculations- what would the appointment mean for the crumbling Indo-Pak ties? The two countries share a complicated past, no doubt. Bilateral talks have been close to negligible in the past few years, with each side blaming the other for the stagnancy. Now, with a new Prime Minister in the picture for Pakistan, will things change? [...]Read More

January 8, 2019
Let's Not Mix Mythology and Science

While there are new scientific researches taken up every day, new discoveries and more progress being made in the tech world, there are still some sections of our society, or should we say some people, who just love to stay backward. When you are in the age of Higgs Boson research, irrational comments won’t fly. And, when they are made, they’ll be met with an intense backlash. The outcry on scientists claims was natural. A [...]Read More

January 2, 2019
The-largest-political-battleground-UP

Granted statehood in 1950, Uttar Pradesh (UP) has been among the country’s most popular and key states; key in multiple senses, including national politics. It is the most populous state of India, and hence, the largest vote bank. To top that, Uttar Pradesh is home to the greatest number of Lok Sabha seats i.e. 80. The state is often called the pathway to Parliament, and perhaps, rightly so. With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections beginning [...]Read More

December 30, 2018
Time-to-make-a-new-years-resolution

  The clock is ticking; just a few final seconds left before a fresh new year welcomes you with its arms open wide. ‘Tis the season of joy, as they like to call it. With Christmas spirits barely out of the mind, we turn our heads eagerly towards the clock. Time for another countdown! In just a few days’ time, a brand new year will be here, and with it- some fresh hope and a [...]Read More

December 26, 2018
The-name-changing-spree-Andaman-and-Nicobar-join-in

The year might be coming to an end, but there seems to be no stop ahead for the name-changing “train” in the nation. On December 30, 2018, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Andaman & Nicobar islands, along with Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The PM will be hoisting the national flag in Port Blair, commemorating a similar ceremony held there by Subash Chandra Bose in 1943. However, the day is in highlights for another [...]Read More

December 19, 2018

  Different people would have different things to say about December 17, 2018. What’s so special about that date, one might ask. Well, plenty. Let’s call it a day of ironies, or of juxtaposition. It was the day when Congress had its selected members swearing in as Chief Ministers of three key states- Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh. It was also the day when a historic judgment came from the benches of the Delhi high [...]Read More

December 18, 2018
2019 Lok Sabha elections

Four years ago, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power with a thumping victory in the Lok Sabha elections. The “Modi wave” was unstoppable, reaching all the way from Gujarat to Parliament Road, New Delhi. And, as they say, empires fall and rise all the time; so, with the rise of BJP, also came the fall of another power dynamics – the Indian National Congress (INC). From running the government in the previous term to [...]Read More

December 17, 2018
Most Googled Personalities

As humans, we are always curious about what’s going on in others’ lives, what they are up to, what is the next thing happening with them and all other drama llamas. We love social media, don’t we? 😉 And, when people we are interested to know about are ‘google-able’, it’s whole another story. This year, the results are bizarre, to say the least. Have you seen who are the most searched personalities of 2018? And [...]Read More

December 6, 2018
social media and our language

For as long mankind has existed on the planet, one or the other form of communication has existed alongside. Of course, it has gotten more refined over the years, but it has always been around. The first traces of communication go as far back as thousands of years. Men started communicating through signals, haphazard sketches drawn on cave walls. However, it can be safely said that the biggest breakthrough in the history of our communication [...]Read More

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