The Great Indian Judge

In India, ‘The Word’ spreads fast. Compared to the world, probably the fastest. The Indian Society, known for its well-knit family structure and community strength all over the world, also plays a seemingly interesting role. The role of a judge⁠— a very brutal judge. Its verdict seems to be of paramount importance to itself. It... Continue Reading →

On Freedom in “Right” hands

You hoist our tricolour at the Red Fort. Twenty-one gunshots are fired in its honour. You step onto the dais to address the nation one last time in your tenure as Prime Minister. You speak proudly of your government, you announce your schemes and make your promises. The nation listens. Today is only the 25933rd... Continue Reading →

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