A Tribute to Unsung Hero

by Sadaf Aijaz                                    A brave lineman who gave his life on duty while serving us. Over the past few months, the focus has shifted to fight the Novel coronavirus, which has now become […]

August 9, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

“Debi Chaudhurani” : A mythical Bandit Queen or a Litigant of Societal Cruelty

By Arghya Das “Debi Chaudhurani”, a renowned novel by the Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, where he rose as an author who is progressively  comfortable with weaving an astonishing story and took a gander at all parts of a novel. He wove together fun, family show, a piece of profound information on neighborhood customs, […]

August 9, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

Loopholes of Education System in India

by Azhar-U-Din                            “Indian Education Framework Needs to Change Completely”                                                         […]

August 9, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

True Feminism

by Anantinee ‘JHUMPA’ Mishra “You don’t have to be an Anti-Man to be a Pro-Woman” ~Jane Lewis Feminism, ideologies and movements that aim to define, establish and achieve the political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes, despite largely originating in the West, is manifested throughout the globe. Scholars consider […]

August 2, 2020 · 1 comment · Articles

Cold Feet Need Warm Shoes

By Mark Antony Rossi It takes an extraordinary amount of energy to believe in our species. Humanity is a deeply flawed sentient entity willing to kill its finest messengers. Our history is a metaphysical zigzag of stop and go, progress and regress, high and low, making any realistic charting of […]

July 26, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles

Tether Teenage

By Anantinee ‘JHUMPA’ Mishra Speaking from a personal and ongoing experience, being a teenager is hard. It’s not like that manual-labor-and-muscle-pain-and-spasm kind of hard, but that I-am-going-through-heavy-turmoil-on-the-inside kind of hard. Everybody talks about the hormonal urges and the physical changes in our body, whether in those special social awareness programmes […]

July 26, 2020 · 8 comments · Articles

The Rejection Therapy

By Bhagyashree Saini I am rejected for my failures, Omg!!! I am selected and you are not. I am rejected for marriage, What is so humorous about you, nothing except your white teeth !! Dowry, compare family and mine status. I am rejected to be a friend, Your status is […]

July 26, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Privatization of Railways-Opening the Pandora’s Box?

By Megha Gupta Since the beginning of the railway’s introduction in India, it has served as the lifeline of millions of people across the country. Though public convenience was not a priority under the British regime, the railway did end up connecting people from different parts of the nation. Since […]

July 26, 2020 · 1 comment · Articles

Contagious Element

by Stuti Saxena Singh In present scenario, if the term is to be coined, surely COVID-19 will occupy the frames of mind . But still there is another severe silent contagious element persisting in our society,which likewise COVID -19 can be symptomatic and asymtomatic, additionally, disease effects are equally catastrophic,if left […]

July 19, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Facts are Lonely, Today

By Mark Antony Rossi The act of recording history was predicated on a simple intention: instruct the future. History is replete with warnings against committing the same costly mistakes that maim trust and murder dreams. As I witness mindless mobs toppling statues, I remember how this ignorant misuse of agitation […]

July 19, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles