The 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, held in Japan, witnessed a singular tricoloured winter sports suit, donned by the only Indian to ever take to the insanely quick speeds of the sport of Luge at the highest level. Shiva Keshavan, at the tender age of sixteen, was the youngest athlete to … Continue Reading
World History has often turned on the sharpest of points, and has often been fueled by the human ability to respond and react to their surroundings. Often, history has been glorified to be told to rhyme with its past. While this has often been an exaggeration, it is fair to … Continue Reading
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An all-too-familiar trope in crime shows and a constant source of intrigue to true crime fans, the insanity defence … Continue Reading
It was the 6th of September, 2018 when a groundbreaking verdict reinstilled the faith and rights for humanity that had been denied for years.
The day marked a very prominent milestone in the timeline of the struggle for justice, decriminalizing the 158-year-old colonial law that criminalized consensual gay sex. It … Continue Reading
Imagine this: It’s a warm summer day, and you’re just walking down the street sucking on the icy exterior of a watered-down popsicle when somebody walks past you. They smell incredible and have grace in their strut. You turn back to see who it is but don’t dwell much on … Continue Reading
Ravens hover in the clear white sky
Playfully eyeing the fields of rye
Calamity struck, a massive flood
Fueled by my comrades’ blood
The heart that yields to the Rising Sun
The hand that grips the spiteful gun
The stomach that has hunger won
“Susume!” March forth, no … Continue Reading