What is happening in Delhi?

A US President has just flown out of India after a two-day visit; signs welcoming The Honourable Donald J. Trump and Melania line Sardar Patel Marg. As of 26 February, reports suggest that 18 people have been killed in communal riots in New Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah held a Continue Reading

Tony Stark or Rockefeller: Who is Bill Gates really?

For most of the average twenty-something’s life, Bill Gates has been like a kindly uncle, bestowing us with Microsoft, leading the world in philanthropy and fixing all the world’s toilet and polio problems. He has almost single-handedly shaped our generation because of Microsoft and so, the recent release of a Continue Reading

Why law students choose not to enter the legal profession – A student’s perspective

  A few days ago, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, during a discussion at NLU-Delhi asked why law students are increasingly choosing not to enter the legal profession. As the number of law students increases every year and the Bar Council of India has put a three-year moratorium on new Continue Reading

Kashmir: Backed into a dangerous corner

Some watched with shock and some with jubilation on 05 August 2019 as Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced a Presidential Order in the Rajya Sabha amending Article 370 and repealing Article 35A. Not the only change for the day, the Rajya Sabha also passed a Bill reorganizing the state Continue Reading

An Inheritance of Pain – A Kashmiri Pandit Speaks

Mahima Razdan is a Kashmiri Pandit. H-O-M-E – four letters, one syllable; arguably one of the simplest words in the Indian language. Something that children are taught to spell and understand when they are five years old. And yet, for as long as I can remember I have struggled to Continue Reading