What I decide to wear, who I decide to be, whom I decide to love, is my burden, and mine alone.
Rashid’s letter to Malala is reflective of the deep frustration within the Taliban camp in regards to the handling of the entire Malala episode.
This is not a moment to rejoice – but to introspect as a nation, and to sift through our priorities.
Seldom in recent history has a non partisan movement spread so far and wide, in a short span of time, demanding for the most basic of human rights- Freedom.
When effects of global warming acquire their fullest shape and the government fails to deliver, the economic pillar of this democracy will develop cracks.
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This is the only way forward for the public sector monolith.
The fatality rate of those affected with the virus is up to 90%!
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Hudhud is the third strongest cyclone to hit India. Ever!
Nothing gives us the right to judge her for her choice of clothing or her decision to do the shoot.
I say that we need leaders, we need examples, we need people like Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi
"Don’t strangle yourself to despair by trying to change anything. The more things change, the more they remain the same."
Her philosophy as a solo musician is simple: 'Create songs that make you curious, that give you room to relate to it, and with interesting lyrics.'
Together, you and I can make an equal world where ‘women would run half of our countries and companies & men would run half of our homes’.
In all probability, if Mark Zuckerberg wants the key to India, Modi will make sure he earns it.
Whether the ‘Make in India’ campaign will be one as majestic and powerful as the lion that is its mascot, only time will tell.
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Young people have started to recognize that any and every form of oppression has to be rooted out
When what is said is glaringly different from what is being done on his name by the members of his own party, it is blatant hypocrisy.
In spite of realizing how dreadful this myth is, I (and most other women) fall in the trap.
Srinagar had been declared as flood prone area decades ago, then why has our Government not prepared in time for such a situation?
The Government should take into account all these issues, so that the campaign does not get reduced to a one-off popularity stunt.