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The Never Ending Show

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal If you have the misfortune of having an interest in the topics such as news and current affairs, economics, security, politics, etc. you’ll be sorely disappointed in the content that is being churned out in the name of news. In the past few weeks, you’ll […]

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Delhi Police, MCD and Encroachment Drives

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal How to trivialize serious issues such as rioting and national security our media, Delhi Police and MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) to an encroachment drive can be learned from the aforementioned entities.  Instead of looking for clues, doing serious investigations as to why stone-pelting happened, […]

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What Opposition Got Wrong

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal  The recent election results were a surprise for many. Especially in Uttar Pradesh, where the rumor was that political change is inevitable and the Samajwadi Party will be back in the power corridors of Lucknow. This perception held ground even when Exit polls results came […]

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Wars and Prejudices

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Wars are always a tragic part of our shared history but just like people are differently treated in different parts of the world, wars are also treated and perceived differently. The discrimination and racial prejudice that Indian students, caught in the crosshairs in the Ukraine […]

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Hijab: Cloths and Controversy

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal We tend to look for religion in everything we do, what we eat, where we pray, and what we eat; everything is looked at from a religious lens. What is supposed to be a personal matter has become part of public debate. The Hijab controversy […]

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RRB Fiasco and Future of Government Jobs

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal The protest in Bihar over result discrepancies of Railway Recruitment Board shows how the government has failed miserably on jobs promise. Without the government’s initiative, the potential to have a well-rounded growth in the economy will be wasted away. The whimsical, un-planned policy has either […]

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We Had To See This Day

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal There is a phrase in Hindi, ये दिन भी देखना था, it is something we use in a hopeless situation in a resigned sense, it literally means that ‘we had to see this day’. A few days ago there was a controversy where photos of […]

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In the Name of Religion

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Recently, there was a so-called religious gathering called “Dharam Sansad” in Haridwar where some so-called “saints” openly appealed for genocide against the Muslim community in India. As disturbing as these blatant calls to violence were, what was more disturbing was the muted response of Uttarakhand […]