"For weeks, I could not walk properly. I have had my head banged on the wall so many times that I even fainted once."
We often tell young people they are the leaders of tomorrow, but I disagree. Your strength is needed in India today. You are here right now, as I am.
The social impact of corporatization could be devastating.
I realise how religious rigidity and irrationality in India can go to uncanny extremes.
In addition to discussing the idea of Astrology, Rajat also presents a very simple and seemingly effective solution!
Sindh is a province that is characterized by soaring rural-urban economic divide.
“Coming from this community, I never thought I could win.” - Madhu Bai Kinnar
India’s current situation reminds me of the old morality plays of Faustian tales where the price paid for over-ambition is a “deal with the devil”.
You may want to believe that an occurrence in the Pacific cannot affect your life, but nature does not know boundaries- when it strikes, its hits all.
Imagine being shot for a Tweet. That is what is quickly approaching.
To any observer, the unjustness of the situation in Jharkhand is what strikes as most evident.
The Prophet himself refused to curse the people who bothered him saying, “I have not been sent to lay a curse upon men but to be a blessing to them."
An inmate, for instance, if denied conventional pleasure of every sort then why ask only for sexual pleasure?
You have safety, security, almost a warranty stamp in the form of your husband
Preethi talked about citizen participation in bringing about change with examples of powerful stories and made a difference.
As an Indian... I am used to being told what not to watch or read by people with hockey sticks, stones and rods in their hands for decades.
Sheldon Cooper’s brand of sarcasm might tickle your funny bone but Bill Watterson’s brand of the same hits home.
The next announcement from the state will be awaited with bated breath, with hope and from a critical viewpoint.
The land reforms are hardly any ‘reforms’ in essence as much as they are dilutions of the law for the benefit of one section of the society.
Justice may have been blind till now, but with the govt. making its foray in the selection process of judges, there is ample scope for bias to creep in.