The Not-So-Blurry Line Of Free Press In India

The Not-So-Blurry Line Of Free Press In India

Lately, what we know about the freedom of the press in India has become very limited to protests and deleted posts across social media. While fingers are usually pointed towards the political leadership and the ownership of media agencies, there is very little that we know about the technicalities at hand. A provoked mob is […]

To Eat Or Not To Eat: Cannibalism Through Raja Kolander’s Lens

To Eat Or Not To Eat: Cannibalism Through Raja Kolander’s Lens

What sparked from a spine-chilling murder of a journalist, unravelled into an investigation of a series of other gruesome killings in Uttar Pradesh. As twisted as it sounds, there are other horrific revelations to this killing spree that might leave you aghast.  Taking us through Raja Kolander’s diary of ‘cuts’, as he calls it, Netflix’s […]

Compassion Over Compromise: Does A Painfree Death Justify Assisted Suicide?

Compassion Over Compromise: Does A Painfree Death Justify Assisted Suicide?

The maverick French-Swiss film director Jean-Luc Godard, who pushed the envelope of post-war European cinema, breathed his last on Tuesday. While his life revolutionalised the French New Wave cinema, his death has sparked dialogue over the means of his death: assisted suicide. Godard chose to take this step since he was “stricken with ‘multiple incapacitating […]

National Education Policy: A Game Changer For Indian Edu-tourism

National Education Policy: A Game Changer For Indian Edu-tourism

The National Education Policy, 2020, has been making headlines ever since its launch. Whether it is about the revamp of the Indian education system or putting India’s modernised curriculum on the global map, NEP 2020 has had everyone, especially teachers and students, looking forward to its implementation. India is turning a new leaf with this […]