What is ‘fashion’? Who gets to decide what is ‘fashion’? How does politics play out in choosing one over the other?
Narayan passed on at his home in Patna on 8th October 1979, from the impacts of diabetes and heart disease
“Tomb of Sand” gives us a genuine, realistic resolution in the author’s distinctive manner, in contrast to most novels that purport to have a realistic touch with fantasy-like endings
Inching towards the revival of India’s forgotten service: Is the Indian Navy gearing up for shifting defense dynamics in the world?
The trend of inward-looking politics in the backdrop of globalisation can be interpreted to be a resurgence of Economic Nationalism in the U.S
The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) rise in the Indian political circles has been well documented for a considerable amount of time. But in 2014, a resurgence of sorts caused BJP to come to power for the second time in over 16 years. BJP’s meticulous rise to power marks an era of the political right-wing dominating politics, not only in India but in other notable powers of the world as well.
his article makes an attempt to list down some of the important factors that could help understand the motive of the aggressors and in turn, help to ease the geopolitical conflict at play in the Eastern European region over the past few decades.
To understand what led to the economic crisis of Sri Lanka, we have to analyze the preceding events or factors before the final blow to the economy by the pandemic. This rich and wonderful country became a tragedy for reasons that were not recognized
For any political party to thrive in conditions as hostile as the Indian political climate, the presence of a strong, astute leader capable enough to tackle dynamic political conditions is very critical. And it is the absence of a strong figure capable enough to tackle and counter the rise of the BJP that is hurting Congress’ aspirations to rise to power.
The literature at hand for the Constitution reads it as boundaries of the political community. These boundaries can be territorial (the geographical borders of a state, as well as its claims to any other territory or extraterritorial rights) and operating within the ambit of state.
Why should the government silence such a small opposition in Andhra Pradesh? Is it the insecurity of the ruling party about the fragility of its public finances? Or, is it the desire to rule the state without any opposition?
I would like to make it clear at the outset that my objective is to engage with the ideas in the book, rather than providing a book review. I adopted a style to amalgamate sentences taken from the author and apply them to my own experience.