By Shreeya Arora: The high-handedness of those in power over the weak ,since times immemorial, has been the order of the day.One is able to understand this kind of orthodoxy during days of imperialism and colonialism,when social reforms were slow and tardy,but it is difficult
By Aravind Deepak: Throughout history’s timeline, people have been subjected to scenarios where they've been forced to adapt; some were adaptations that the public quaffed into their lifestyle for its sheer greatness while others were seen as the very reason for our seemingly degenerative acts of cruelty.
By Akanksha Khurana: 16th December 2012 rings bells in our minds, doesn’t it? ‘The’ Delhi Gang Rape which is no more ‘The’ Delhi gang rape. It is exactly like all the other cases happening in Delhi almost every day. Page 4 of The Times of
By Mahitha Kasireddi: 21st century India is proud of its industrial, economic and educational progress. We enjoy enormous attention today and are regarded as a target area for global investors. We are proud of our large youth population which can turn to be a major working
By Meher Inayat: Right from my childhood, I have not only learnt that Islam is a religion of peace and harmony, but I have also practiced my faith with the same. Today, the word 'terrorism' is constantly being attached with the name of Islam because
The Indian youth, no matter how progressive they claim to be, are still driven by stereotypes and staunch beliefs which are false and keep pulling us back. While on the outset someone might come across as progressive, the inside view is different. We still hold
By Shobhit Agarwal: One of the foremost lessons that I remember learning in the moral science classes that I had in school was centered on the concept of anger and it is detrimental effect in the development of our character. For two long decades I
By Panchali Mallik: While I begin to pen down my thoughts on this particular topic, something just passed by my mind saying, how am I supposed to express? Will this help the present situation at all in any way? I am not really looking forward
By Swadha Bharpilania: My senses seemed hyperaware of my surroundings as I caught a whiff of the smell coming off the cart parked smack in front of me, and then that delicious smell tried tingling me further by bringing into my visual proximity their source.