The Cognizant Citizen: A Holocaust In Disguise

On 7th December, an Uyghur woman named Asiye Abdulaheb gave a horrific account to the New York Times on life inside China's concentration camps. She described that these camps, in which over a million Uyghurs were imprisoned and indoctrinated, were an attempt to detach them from their language, religion and culture. In a telephone interview with... Continue Reading →

Cognizant Citizen : The Aarey Displacement

  In the concrete jungle of Mumbai, the Aarey forest with five lakh trees, are rightfully the 'green lungs' or even the 'last lungs' of the overcrowded metropolis. Aarey Milk Colony includes 12 villages: Sai, Gundgav, Film City, Royal Palms, Dindoshi (Eksar Pahad), Aarey, Pahadi Goregaon, Vyraval, Kondivita, Maroshi (Marol), Parjapur, and Paspoli. The colony... Continue Reading →

Spectrum: Reservation in the Education System

Opinions are what make a person. Our perspectives and judgments of the world, ourselves, the countries we live in, the rules we are bound by, and the communities we contribute to affect our actions and words, which become the very basis of our existence. In an increasingly polarized world where our opinions elect governments, change... Continue Reading →

Flood Fury in Bihar

Alternating droughts and waves seem to be the typical environmental conditions faced throughout the world. Currently, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Texas, United States of America, the Artvin Province of Turkey and Bihar of India are facing extreme floods. CAUSES Bihar has a relatively flat terrain with the Ganges, with several of its tributaries converging... Continue Reading →

Spotlight by Aaina: A Review

Spotlight — Aaina Dramatics' second production of the odd semester — is a platform where they showcase their new talent. Comprising eight acts with freshers playing most of the parts, this night is responsible for grooming some great actors. Here is a rundown of all the plays performed by the club:   The Refund The Refund... Continue Reading →

Hijras: India’s Third Gender

If you find yourself at a red stoplight in India, chances are you might find them squeezing through the gaps between the cars, tapping on windows, and unceremoniously asking for money. They often wear vibrant outfits and wait at traffic signals as their only means of livelihood. What you see are a group of transgender people -more... Continue Reading →

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