An Epidemic of Hatred

Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction Ice is also great And would suffice. — Robert Frost DefinitionContinue reading “An Epidemic of Hatred”

On the Road!

Dejected, at being left all alone, They are desperate to go back home! Miserable, that they can’t find solace, In the towns they thought were their own! Those pangs of hunger. That push them out on the road; Those empty pockets, That struggle to keep them afloat; Those heartless wretches, That make them yearn forContinue reading “On the Road!”

Deciphering the Essence of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

On the 11th of December 2019, the most controversial bill in recent times was passed and on the 12th of December, almost immediately, it received the assent of the president, thereby making the bill an act. The Citizenship Amendment Act,2019 (CAA) was passed in the Parliament of India, to insert a proviso to expedite theContinue reading “Deciphering the Essence of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019”

Combating Intimate Terrorism

The world certainly is not a stranger to the acts of domestic violence. According to the World Health Organisation 1/3rd women across the globe who have been in a relationship have been subjected to some kind of physical or sexual violence by their intimate partners[1].  Research proves that in crises, there has always been anContinue reading “Combating Intimate Terrorism”

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

We’ve all heard the saying by William Gladstone that ‘justice delayed is justice denied.’ This phrase can be better understood by the following example. Imagine a man being met with a car accident and needs first aid urgently, but as soon as he asks for help, people tell him that he has to wait forContinue reading “Justice Delayed is Justice Denied”