Sanskrit: The Language for the Indian Youth Emancipation

By Ranjit K Sahu The Times of India survey has brought forth some facts and figures about the acceptability of Sanskrit in the contemporary Indian society as a language. The survey however speaks more about the Indian psyche than the language or its relevance. The facts that parents were surveyed […]

November 30, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles

Environment Consciousness: The Missing Ingredient in the Indian Youth Upbringing

By Ranjit K. Sahu The point of the industrial revolution in the timeline of human civilization is a critical indicator of how the requirement for mass production has sunk into the domain of greed in the human mind. While the earliest idea behind such mechanization was a problem solving one […]

November 23, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles


By Atul Kapoor The perpetrators of ‘blotch busters’ like ‘Pink Chaddi’ and ‘Slut Walk’ campaigns have returned with yet another showcase, this time in the name of ‘Kiss of Love’. The latest campaign is touted to be some kind of an uprising against the enormities of the moral police. This […]

November 23, 2014 · 2 comments · Articles

Youth in Politics: The Need Not the Bane

By Ranjit K. Sahu The recent series of elections in the biggest democracy of the world have brought in a sea change in the political scenario of not only the nation but in the world stage when examined in the context of the renouncing of old concepts and ushering newer […]

October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles

Twisting The Saying Aiyer Style

By Ranjit K. Sahu What began as an illustrious political career for Shri Mani Shankar Aiyer has been gradually turning into a tragedy for both him and the congress party. His personal knowledge not ignored, his recent writings especially on NDTV reflect his adherence to the obsolete concepts that would […]

October 19, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles

Politics of the Peace Prize

By Ranjit K. Sahu Apart from being the only award conferred on the winners in Oslo, the peace prize is perhaps the only one that can be adorned on a person with no scientific or academic output but with significant contribution to the welfare of people and society. It has […]

October 12, 2014 · 3 comments · Articles

The Scots have Bungled

By Ranjit K. Sahu Economy has been the focus and foundation of many geopolitical decisions in the recent decades and has been seen as the panacea for ailments plaguing the world order and human developments. It is no surprise that it has been “the factor” that prompted slightly more than […]

October 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles

The Myth of Religious Neutrality

By Ranjit K. Sahu The concept of religious neutrality  is a misnomer when its real meaning is emphasized. It suffices to say that more often than not it has been coined by people who understand very little of religion, both theirs as well as others. How else do you explain […]

September 28, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles

Thank God Kashmir exists!

By Lakshay Nanda   “Agar firdaus bar roo-e zameen ast, hameen ast-o, hameen ast-o, hameen ast.” “If there is a paradise on earth, it is this, it is this, it is this.” Amir Khusro would have been quite intrigued by the beauty of this place until he had been born in […]

September 14, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles

We Boycott You, Mr. Prime Minister

By Atul Kapoor The grand old Congress party has set yet another precedent making it look more farcical than ever. As if what the party has been doing in recent times wasn’t suicidal enough, now they have taken their preposterous imagination to another level by deciding to boycott the prime […]

August 31, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles