Hindu Liberal or Conservative? Heartless or Brainless? | Sujoy Sur

An oversimplified  history of India is laid down, along with its major cultural practices and ideology being Hindu in ethos and a narrative is based around it. Anyone who disturbs this ethos becomes an invader. Anyone who supports this ethos becomes a hero. Continue reading Hindu Liberal or Conservative? Heartless or Brainless? | Sujoy Sur

The Rise of Religious Violence in India: A Psychological Take | Mitakshara Medhi

Why are Hindus, who come from a religion based on individualism and the satisfaction of the self and which teaches us to achieve harmony between our mind and our soul first and then try to peace with others, trying to interfere in matters which are anything but theirs? Continue reading The Rise of Religious Violence in India: A Psychological Take | Mitakshara Medhi

Badlu Ram and The Assam Regiment: The Legend that Lives On | Abhinaba Sarkar

If one ever gets a chance to witness a kasam parade, or the passing-out parade, of the new recruits enlisting into the Assam Regiment, at Happy Valley, Shillong, one thing that will forever be etched in the mind, apart from the many happy faces of the recruits and their well-wishers, would be the entire passing out batch singing together and dancing to a particular song. Continue reading Badlu Ram and The Assam Regiment: The Legend that Lives On | Abhinaba Sarkar

NITI Aayog & the Unpredictable Human Mind| Vishal Sinha

As more and more policies are being adopted by our welfare State, there is a compelling need to choose all weapons from the regulatory-economics artillery to surge efficiency in the multitudinous situations Indian policy making has to deal with. In lieu of the same, there needs to be a detailed policy, mandate and structure of the nudge unit established in the NITI Aayog. Continue reading NITI Aayog & the Unpredictable Human Mind| Vishal Sinha