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By Rhea Yadav It's highly unlikely that you haven't come across or heard of the latest Tanishq advertisement on television. And the popular public opinion...

AK, you broke our hearts

By Samiksha Agarwal Kejriwal, you broke our hearts and that too on Valentine’s Day!! Really, you resigned?? You might give us several reasons behind doing this...

Food Security Bill: For real or another gimmick?

By Surangya Kaur The Indian National Food Security Act, 2013 (also Right to Food Act), was signed into law September 12, 2013, retroactive to July 5, 2013. This law aims...

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By  Chirali Sharma     I was discussing this with my friends a few days ago, about our upcoming farewell and how fast time flies. It seemed...

Raise your voice! And it shall be suppressed till death

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Prostitution; it’s not at all a matter of choice

By Neetu Suthar I was born innocent I wanted to live as an immortal Scent But some gourmands fade away this thought I am named as a prostitute  I am...

A letter to Mr. Kejriwal

Dear Arvind ji Well, let me start by congratulating you.  Your sudden claim to fame is seriously surprising. Your “idealistic” though a bit unrealistic plans...

Microsoft Gets An Indian Boss

By Suhani Gupta Many companies desire to change the world, but very few truly succeed. Microsoft, with an abundance of talent, resources and perseverance is one...

Young: The Crusaders of Change

By Aakriti Chowdhary From Jawahar Lal Nehru to Bhagat Singh, history teaches us the radical feature of any society is its young and energetic. Major...

A Realm So Strong and Ungoverned – The Age of the Internet

By Bhavya There are those days when I spend good two to three hours just going through whatever 9gag or 4chan or those pages on...

The Perspective Syndrome

By Roop Kunwar Singh We have been taught that history is loaded with the tales of unsung heroes. Those men and women who let their...

Theatrical Democracy – Perspective of a Frustrated Indian

By Bhavya Criticising or celebrating someone is something I must not do, as a young adult who is still building her opinions; my opinions are...

The Narrative of the Irresponsible – the Politics of History, its Distortion, and Propaganda

By Bhavya I have been hearing about interpretations of truths, multiple truths, and the way they affect the process of recording events, causes and consequences,...

Racism:A Grievous Blow To The Intellect

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Color – Does it determine who we are?

By Mahak Walking back to home from college when I showed one of my guy friends a girl I found pretty, all that he said...

Civic sense: blame yourself not the government

By Shreya Do you really enjoy driving to work every day? What is it that puts you off: the actual drive or the utter lack...

Being a woman in India

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“Hinduism is the most peaceful and tolerant religion”, is it really?

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Telangana: Of politics and food

By Abhilasha Perhaps the most commonly heard term on most news channels and most frequently contested issue on all debates: Telangana. There are innumerable controversies...

Revolutionizing India- Youth empowerment

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In race of being a racist

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Congress’ Most trusted Comrade at Namo’s jump-off point

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Can you separate the artist from his art?

US director Woody Allen (R) and Cate Blanchett attend the premiere of the film Blue Jasmine in Paris in August, 2013. Reuters: Charles Platiau The Allen-Farrow...

Is Facebook making us lonely?

By Noopur Bhandari Social Media – Facebook has made us more densely connected than ever. Data reveals that by 2015 India will have more Facebook...

Suicide is Sacrilege

By Avantika Seth If you think that by ending your gifted life you will overcome tough situations, you are definitely thinking WRONG! 800,000 to a million...

How To Be Less Self-Conscious?

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Bullying At Work: Workplace Mobbing

Mobbing is “bullying on steroids”, a horrifying new trend whereby a bully enlists co-workers to collude in a relentless campaign of psychological terror against...

Is it time to move in together?

By Rajshree Gupta Gal meets a guy; they fall in love, date for some time, marry later and live happily ever after. But isn't this...

Affection is better than Perfection- Feel Good

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Came with a wave, gone with the wind

By Sneha Garodia Why has Shashi Tharoor suddenly become the topic of everyone’s dinner table conversation? Isn’t it astounding that the so called ‘Minister Twitter’...

Our lifestyle has become better, when will our thinking?

By Avantika Seth *RAPE: a national problem. *every 5th rape in India took place in Delhi in 2012. *More than 7200 children are raped each year. *98% of...

Dharnas Decoded

By Anusha Gupta That there can be too much of a good thing is a truism that bolsters the law of diminishing marginal returns, which...

Genital Mutilation

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Destructuring Sexual Politics

By Isha Sharma This article will explore how women in heterosexual relationships are associated with victimization, but then also how they enjoy it consciously. Radical feminists...

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Should The Government Legalize Prostitution?

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