Politics is the crux of a democracy. This category features latest youth views on pertinent political and current affairs.
No candidate remains a mystery as all their past work and interaction history is easily available in the form of a report card.
It’s both shocking and baffling as to how easy it is to access confidential documents from the ministries...
Here’s the thing Mr. Kejriwal and company, you can play the forgiveness card only once.
When BJP decides to show the populace that 'Acche Din' are here by launching a perception management campaign...
Ignored by the government and harassed by money lenders, the farmer feels driven to suicide.
The unveiling of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in London’s Parliament Square has kicked up quite a controversy.
"In the entire country there are more saanvle (dark skinned) men. The women of south are beautiful, their bodies...their skin...we don't see it here."
Internal conflict is almost inevitable in politics and so are controversies.
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Just look at this mob and their lifetime meal tickets. Boy, what a menu they have on the table!
An initiative to strengthen the Indian people's battle for comprehensive democracy, dignity, and justice
The concerns being raised by Mayank Gandhi, Yadav, and Bhushan, now public, are also the concerns of the real aam aadmi.
It isn’t a question of rich corporate predators terrorizing innocent peasants to steal their land – an image we like to generally paint.
Is urban India being cheated?
There’s also the problematic aspect of giving perks to those who can afford healthcare and ignoring the many millions who can’t.
It seems that a room full of men cannot truly understand what safety for women entails.
What remains to be seen, of course, is the speedy and efficient implementation and maintenance.
Teesta and Javed are among the people who demonstrate why India has its claims to be a fair, humane and efficient conglomerate of people.
"There really isn't much evidence to show that CCTV surveillance deters crimes against women."
"Prabhu’s ministry intends to invest Rs. 856,020 crore ($137 billion) over the next five years to revamp the world’s most travelled railway network"
I realized GDP growth is one of those terms that we all talk about, but don't really seem to grasp the concept.
"Anything as small as a person commenting on Zomato could be booked under this act because it literally criminalises causing ‘annoyance’ online. "
We, the youth of West Bengal, do not gauge development in terms of commodious criterion like digitalization.