A Tahsildar's Murder In Hyderabad Is Telling Of The Rot In Our Bureaucracy

India, Nov. 12 -- We live in a state that has been ranked the second-'best' city for corruption-Hyderabad. Various news sources reported that on November 4, a Monday, at around 1:20 PM in the afternoo... Read More

Changing Dynamics Of Power Politics: A Peek Into The Maharashtra Mess

India, Nov. 12 -- Talking about the latest tug of war of 'who gains what' in the realm of politics, the most eye-grabbing issue is the elections and its aftermath in Maharashtra. It's quite upsetting ... Read More

Stubble Burning May Be Part Of The Pollution Problem: But Why Ignore Other Causes?

India, Nov. 12 -- That which doesn't kill you only makes you stronger cannot be said about the growing amount of pollution in the Northern part of India. The statistics paint a rather gory image of wh... Read More

"The Greatest Blunder" Of Maulana Azad's Life That Changed India Forever

India, Nov. 12 -- As we celebrated the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad yesterday, one of the greatest freedom fighters and the first education minister of independent India, we failed to ... Read More

When Democratic Powers Suppress Press Freedoms: A Global Trend

India, Nov. 12 -- Means of dissemination of information relating to the affairs of the ruling class have been in place since a very long time, although controlled by the same echelons of society for a... Read More

Women In My Village Are Ashamed To Talk To Men About Periods But That Doesn't Stop Me

India, Nov. 11 -- I am a Master's graduate, and I know what menstruation is. But A year and a half ago, during my first year of Master's, I was not completely introduced to periods or menstruation. I ... Read More

Is There A Difference In The Way Flooding Affects India And The US?

India, Nov. 11 -- Trying to collect information on water and climate change has been a really challenging process but as I read more, it makes me sad and interested at the same time. Taking this inter... Read More

Why The Anxiety Over Far-Right Westerners Being Invited To Scan The Dal Lake?

India, Nov. 11 -- The Hindu's cartoon for the 1st of November depicts a rowboat in the Dal lake full of Members of European Parliament (MEPs), with PM Modi as their guide, who tells them that the lake... Read More

One Of The Most Expensive River Fish In The World Is Declining Due To Climate Change

India, Nov. 11 -- The Case Of Hilsa A couple of years ago, a famous video by the Quint went viral; it humorously portrayed the inevitable fight between West Bengal and erstwhile East Bengal regarding ... Read More

My Anxieties And Reflections, As A Muslim Youth, On The Ayodhya Verdict

India, Nov. 11 -- The long-pending verdict in the Ayodhya case is out. The Supreme Court has ordered the construction of a Ram temple on the disputed land and ruled that a five-acre plot must be found... Read More