An Open Letter To Smriti Irani

posted by Manas Gupta|June 24, 2014   in Governance|38 comments

Why our HRD minister needs to realise that opening new IITs is of little use unless primary education in India is improved.


Of Men and Monuments

posted by Varad Sharma|June 23, 2014   in Governance|25 comments

In Kashmir, temples and shrines lie forgotten and desecrated. Why does the state do nothing to preserve them?


Rebutting “Not By Proxy”

posted by Siddharthya Swapan Roy|June 17, 2014   in Governance|9 comments

Pune techie, Mohsin’s murder has little to do with the IT Act, social media or IT security loopholes.


Not By Proxy

posted by Shashank Pandey|June 14, 2014   in Governance|8 comments

The Pune IT professional’s murder throws up many IT security issues which India needs to tackle.


Safe Journey Home

posted by Varad Sharma|June 13, 2014   in Governance|7 comments

Does a new government hold out new hope for Kashmiri Pandits?


A Bend in the River

posted by Anand Ranganathan|June 9, 2014   in Governance|133 comments

Is the inter-linking of rivers the solution to India’s water problems?


posted by Adish Vartak|May 22, 2014   in Governance|16 comments

The role of parties and politics in these past elections, and their future implications. Twitter and Facebook Update: The different stances adopted by the Congress, BJP and AAP in these elections.


The (Indian) Politician’s Guide To Avoid Rape

posted by Pulkit Datta|April 25, 2014   in Governance|19 comments

Pick of the tips from our politicos & protectors of society on how to avoid rape.


A Drink to Gujarat’s Health

posted by Anand Ranganathan|April 2, 2014   in Governance|42 comments

Is removing Prohibition one way to improve Gujarat’s abysmal Health indices?


Educating India

posted by Anuj Gupta|March 31, 2014   in Governance|6 comments

Why the wisest thing Gujarat could have done for its students was to deviate from the Right To Education act.

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