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Game of Thrones S05E02 ‘The House of Black and White’ Review

*BOOK SPOILERS AHEAD* “If you show people kindness, they won’t fear you. If they don’t fear you, they won’t follow you.” As much as power is...

Net Neutrality: Our Freedom Lost In This Toss

Last few days have brought about a revolution in the Internet Industry. Until now, you and I could use the net data we paid...

Game of Thrones S05E01 ‘The Wars To Come’ Review

It was a tiring habit for the ever-burgeoning legion of Game of Thrones fans in India to wake up early Monday morning to rev...

The Trivial Truths of Life- Media Priorities or Junk

Terrorist attacks, neighboring countries encroaching on borders, societal unrest and plenty more grave and urgent matters need immediate attention. But what do we all decide to...

Twitter : 140 characters of controversy

Without social media, we’d have no platform to post our selfies, stay informed about our friends’ whereabouts or to stalk our ex(es). We also...

Picking On Our Comic Book Heroes

In less than a month, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron will hit cinema screens across the globe (24th April in India, a week before...

Is ‘My Choice’ truly ‘My’ choice?

“I do not need anybody to tell me what empowerment is. I know what it means, thanks to the Oxford dictionary for that, and...

Yemen: A Spiral Into Chaos

The years have done little to lessen the perception among many, especially in the West that the Middle East is a cauldron of chaos,...

A Spoiler-Full of Entertainment

Fans and fanatics sit with bated breaths as the fifth-season premiere of HBO’s epic fantasy series ‘Game of Thrones’ comes closer (Fourteen days to...

Section 66A: Celebrating freedom of thought!

The recent political graph of India has been quite rocky, witnessing multiple highs and lows over a period of time. The recent Supreme Court...

Striking sparks: Arundhati Roy on Gandhi, again

Stirring controversy once again, Arundhati Roy has remarked Mahatma Gandhi as “the first corporate sponsored NGO” of the country. This comes across as another...

The Paradox of Cheating Education in India

Most of us, adults and students alike, are aware of the art of knowing glances, deliberate coughing and mnemonic scribbling, all tried and tested...

Hate touches ‘Untouchability’ once again; nothing new!

“There is one thing which Hinduism has never been able to do – namely to adjust itself to absorb the Untouchables or to remove...

The ‘Horror’ of an ‘Honour’ Killing!

  Another case. Another couple. And it’s Ranchi this time. Honour killing is not a new term in India. It has existed for years now, in...

Taliban blows at Christianity: Lahore Church Attacks

Religion drives some to dedicate their lives to help the poor and needy while it drives others to exterminate as many "heretics" as they can. Religion...

Board Exams In India- The Long Pursuit Of The Sciences

With the Board exams underway, another batch of fifteen and seventeen-year olds find themselves at the crossroads of an academic milestone. For millions of...

In Memoriam: Suzette Jordan; The Iron Lady of Kolkata

I must come back home from where ever I am, before it gets dark. I ought to dress ‘appropriately’ so that I don’t appear...

Media Censorship: Cuffing Voices Out Loud

Documentaries and rapes; Shades of Grey and eroticas; Girls and their dragon tattoos; Human Rights and Women Empowerment, have all seemingly been banned from...

NO PLACE FOR WOMEN: WHY MOVIES NEED TO CHANGE

We all see movies. Nowadays, there’s no dearth genres in the visual medium industry. You have romance, horror, sci-fi, comedy, dark comedy, romantic comedy,...

1/365: Let’s celebrate Womanhood on Pseudo Women’s day!

What's special about today, March 8- just like any other day? My phone’s been buzzing since 00:00 and that has never happened with me before....

Happy Women’s Day: I’m a woman phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, that’s me!

The willingness to listen the patience to understand, the strength to support, the heart to care & just to be there that is the beauty of a lady! A...

Banned Films: Who Are They Censoring For?

Steven Spielberg once said that "there is a fine line between censorship and good taste, and moral responsibility". The ban of the documentary India’s Daughter (2015)...

A Prisoner Of Civilisation: Prison Reforms In India

Security and stability are marks of a civilized society. Which is why, all acts against the society are justly and suitably punished by the...

Zimbabwe: Where Toilet Paper is more valuable than the Currency!

Zimbabwean economy, plagued with Hyperinflation that is so bad that price level rises from sunrise to sunset each day. So, how bad could be...

High Hopes from AAP: Action Heroes Needed

After AAP almost literally swept the elections in the capital, it’s now time to examine what their victory truly means to all Delhiites. The...

Gender, Generally: Same Barriers to Overcome

From a certain Gandhi making ‘Women empowerment’ a household phrase, to Patricia Arquette’s inspiring, powerful speech at the Oscar’s, ALL of us are well...

Could Water Scarcity Provoke World War?

It is scary but today water has been observed to be leaving oil behind to be the world's scarcest critical resource. Of the total...

The Politics Of Hate: A European Perspective

A posse of policemen stood ready with truncheons in hand as last Saturday, a political group known as the ‘Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization...

Freedom of Speech: Freedom, Really?

“I may not agree with what you’ve said, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” -Voltaire Sadly, only Voltaire thought so,...

Attracting Sensationalisation: Article 377

We have a lot of problems in this country, and this law is building up a major one too. Most of you must already know...

Gone With The Wind Gandhi!

A note of clarification to all those who understand the reference in the title : in no way am I insinuating that Mr. Rahul...

Anna Hazare’s ‘battle’ for the Land Acquisition Bill

More than six decades ago, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was shot down in cold blood. The nation sobbed. The world was shocked. Since Gandhi’s time, there...

I Got 99 Problems and A Nun is One: Bhagwat-Teresa Debacle

It’s like people are in the news just because they want to keep on stirring the pot of controversy. Modi’s 10 lakh suit with his...

Chapel Hill Shooting: Do Only White Lives Matter?

We follow different books to lead a life in a perfect way. We hesitate to do wrong things as we believe there is a...

The Mahabharata, Machiavelli and the Modern Management Thought

The Management Thought has seen a major breakthrough in the previous century. Be it Fayol’s principles of administrative management or Taylor’s principles of scientific...

Pink is for Girls, Blue is for Boys

“Learn this now and learn it well. Like a compass facing north, a man’s accusing finger always finds a woman. Always. You remember that,...

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