Monday, September 20, 2021

Culture

An Ambedkarian Reading of India’s Tryst with Hindu Nationalism and Social Justice

The recent policy implementation of the 10% reservation for Economic Weaker Sections (EWS) by the BJP government has blurred the boundaries between social justice and consolidating...

Memorialisation in India: From nation-building to making “Hindu Rastra”

Today, collective memory, defined as a people’s shared interpretation of a common past, is becoming increasingly thought of as integral to the formation of...

Obliterated Skylines: a testimony for forgotten cities

I have inferred, we as people are immensely capable of loving cities; way more than we are accustomed to love people. For when we...

The Street – Sunil Sharma

Have you heard the streets speak? Well, in my case, they have. Whenever I return to Ghaziabad, I find the streets communicating. Settling down after a...

Delhi – Learning the Fundamentals of Working at Headquarters – M.S Menon, New Delhi [Sankupurana – Memoirs of an Engineer]

I could spend a week in Kerala before proceeding to Delhi to take up the new assignment. Meeting all my relatives took a toll...

Development Vs Environment: Relevance of Trans-border intervention by the Third World Countries – Chelsea Flores, Philippines

It is probably the most appropriate time for the third world countries to unanimously examine and reflect on the general approach to development as the people...

Acacia is an Ecological Landmine

After planting acacia (an alien species to our natural grasslands and forests) since 1950s, now the officials has started to discourage planting it (at...

The long lost continent Zealandia in Pacific

“There are still wonders left in this world”. Yes, even though embarrassing, it is believable. Zealandia is expected to be recognized as a continent...

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