A man with humble beginnings, PB Acharya strongly believes in the active participation of the entire country, and specifically the students in making the seven sisters a wholesome part of India. Sitting down with us for an interview, the esteemed Governor of Nagaland gave us an insight into his ideologies for the state.
Politics has regressed to a dormant state where principles stand only if they help score brownie points. The fundamental concept of principles and standing up for them has become completely irrelevant. Hypocrisy inherently surfaces on both sides of the political spectrum.
While the exit polls may predict a victory for BJP in tomorrow’s Gujarat elections, the polls also predict a significant drop in the party’s voter base, along with a steady growth in the number of voters for Congress.
With the United States risking its net neutrality restrictions, it is essential to realise the implications of having fought for the same against TRAI, as the citizens of India, a few years ago.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent comments fuelled a fire, but they are also testimony to a much larger problem with the state of political discourse in India. With the fight to control the Rajya Sabha getting harder, what do we stand to lose if this problem continues?
Catalunya won the right to statehood after the recently concluded referendum, after decades of suffering at the hands of fascists forces.
Here’s the tale of how it happened.
A strikingly tumultuous rivalry came to a head with the recent ICC Champions Trophy final. But how does politics help produce some of the greatest sportsmen in cricket?
A look into Yogi Adityanath’s meteoric rise to power, and what we can expect from him as the Chief Minister of the most populous state in India.
Nuclear war-heads, fall of governments, and more than one assassination, Leaders of Tomorrow’s flagship event, Summit Manipal was three days of intense debate. With five committees catering to over a hundred participants, here’s what happened at its tenth edition.
India sends the second largest number of students for higher education in the US every year. But with Donald J Trump as President, what do MIT students stand to lose (or gain)?