Celebrating Women’s Day ,is still a need , this itself is a matter of introspection for our society. Culture, nation , society, family repute such heavy words are often used to control women and her very aspirations. Continue reading Celebrating Women’s Day ,is still a need
Once again student politics has come in action when the solitary poster was noticed by some students on the wall of the School of Social Sciences' new block in JNU. Continue reading Declining student politics via JNU
This is 2017 and as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s followers claim, we ‘The liberals’ hang on his alleged role in 2002 and not his development plan. an individual can have the same opinion that the allegations have grains of reality in it. however every time, we the liberals struggle to focus on the work done by the NDA administration or hear Modi speak about the wellbeing of UP, he strikes a worrying blow that takes us back to the past. Continue reading Mr. Prime Minister,This is not the language of ‘Pradhan Sevak’
The clash over whether President Trump’s new decision-making order on migration is a ‘Muslim ban’ continued Tuesday, as the Trump White House sparred with journalists over Trump’s sacking of acting attorney general Sally Yates, who had to clinch that the executive order was planned to categorize based on a particular religion. But at Tuesday’s media briefing White House press secretary Sean Spicer backed her firing. Continue reading Muslim Ban?
The day after the 2016 presidential elections, I was like many people in the United States—shocked. That feeling didn’t last long, as I quickly became outraged. How could this have happened? How could we have allowed hatred, racial discrimination, sexism, divisiveness to win? Continue reading Washington March: In Solidarity With Marginalised And Pink