Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

The Point of UPSC?

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal There is a point in having the water resources department, and there is a point in having medical services but try as I might, I really don’t see any point in having UPSC. Before you label me a hater of some sort, I want to […]

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When to Call it Quits

by the editor: Siddharth Sehgal What the brutal murder of Shraddha Walker tells us is a deep-rooted problem in our society of domestic violence and abuse that sometimes materializes in the ugliest of ways. Rather than attempting to address the problem, the attempt is made to politicize and give this […]

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Changing The Indian Work Culture

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal I visited a Punjab National Bank (PNB) branch last week in Noida, for those who don’t know PNB is a big govt. bank in India that is among the top few banks that make the backbone of our banking system. One would expect things to […]

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Gandhi, Congress and Gandhis

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal The Congress of Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi, was a far cry away from its current enfeebled form. In Mahatma’s time, the stature of its leaders did not foment insecurity among its top ranks. In fact, it was an amalgamation of different personalities that have been battle […]

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Corruption and Towers

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal On the 28th of August, The Twin Towers built by the Real Estate Company Supertech were demolished, though it was made into a spectacle by the media, what this signifies is an irony of our system. Those towers were a symbol of corruption that pervades […]

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Crimes & Punishments

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Some crimes are pardonable, some are not but sometimes some pardons are not pardonable. Recently, the Gujrat government formed a committee that suggested the government release 11 convicts who were serving a life sentence for gang-raping a Muslim woman, Bilkis Bano during the riots in […]

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Independence Day

Dear Readers, Wish you a very Happy Independence Day. We have come far as a nation but the road to progress is long, we should not only strive to build a strong India but also an India where people are not bound by shackles of caste, religion, and differences that […]

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The Suspended Parliament

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal How do you discuss inflation, unemployment, and concerns of people in a house where the opposition is either suspended from parliament or engaged in pitch battles over comments of an opposition member for the newly elected president? The sad part is that over the years […]