Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

The Cost of Dissent

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Dhritrashtra, the blind king in the epic Mahabharata, is widely believed to be a king who in his ‘putra-moha’ (excessive love for his son) unfairly treated Pandava brothers. He did not return their (Pandava’s) kingdom, failed to keep his wicked son in check and did […]

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The Questions We Should be Asking

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal The saddest part of the current political scenario of this country is a befuddled and absent opposition. Giving punch lines in parliament, walking out during discussions on crucial matters, or starting twitter campaigns is rather easy. The difficult part is getting on the ground among […]

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Having Priorities Right

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal The Indian government seems to be in full war mode on journalists and celebrities both inside and outside the country over farmer’s protests. Barricading and barbed wire has been placed at the borders of the national capital and the internet has been cut off in […]

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Happy New Year 2021

Dear Readers and Contributors,   Wish you a very Happy New Year 2021. May this year bring you Success, Happiness, Health, and Prosperity. Thank you for standing by us. Your support is our strength. May this new year bring hope and cheer to your lives.   Yours Thankfully Siddharth Sehgal […]

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Democracy, Dissent and Media

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal India is perhaps the only country in the world that pioneered the art of peaceful protest. Peaceful protest or Satyagraha, as phrased by Mahatma Gandhi, was a major modulus operandi of our freedom struggle, and yet, in this very country, peaceful protesters are labeled as […]

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Why We Need Too Much Democracy?

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal A few days ago a top bureaucrat in government claimed and rued that we are too much of a democracy to have any reforms. Though he, later on, tried to clarify his stance, his statement actually reflects the mentality of the Indian political and bureaucratic […]

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Why We Should Listen to Farmers?

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal In the past few days, the national capital has witnessed thousands of angry farmers protesting on the artillery highways of Delhi. Before I further ahead I would like to disclose that I am not a farmer and have little to no knowledge about farming but […]