28/04/2018 1:35 am Dear Diary, “To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the loving cup, whenever you’re wrong, admit it; Whenever you’re right, shut up.” Here’s a picture that I’ve attached, that goes back to my first night. I … Continue reading 28/04/2018. Dear diary… (On Restitution of Conjugal Rights)
Sustainable development goals officially known as transforming our world are one of the top priorities of the International segment; spearheaded by the United Nations. These goals were developed just after the Millennium Development Goals; therefore we could simply say that … Continue reading Delivering the Universality of the SDGs
Gender disparity is described as the idea or perception that individual is unequally treated wholly or partly due to their gender. It is rather influenced by gender stereotypes and perceptions which are usually passed from one individual to another which … Continue reading Women in Politics: Overcoming the Gender Disparity
Me, you, our complex society, faces dilemmas, fears, and multiple questions, which most of the time don’t have a specific answer. One of these multiple questions is immigration, for the reason why there are plenty of issues hidden inside this … Continue reading Immigration – An alternative choice or a solution?
Every time I fail to understand the whole logic behind everyone’s statement that “In our Country, the law is not strict.” Why should we need a strict law, when the current law is way more than enough to accommodate all … Continue reading Why Can’t We?: A talk on ‘reform’
Introduction: Initially, ragging started in the British era in English colleges and universities but it slowly spread to Indian educational institutions. The excuse was to teach the social hierarchy in early career, and also learn other important values in life … Continue reading “Ragging is a part of academics not an offence”