Table of Contents hide Introduction: The negative perception of police When we were kids, our school teachers taught us that police officer is civil servants who protect society from bad guys. They were supposed to be moral and just when protecting the weak and punishing the corrupt. While growing up, we realize that what school... Continue Reading.
Table of Contents hide Abstract This article will explain the concept of multi-layered marketing and its widespread popularity in India. Furthermore, it will explain why Multi-Layered Marketing or MLMs in short have become a bane rather than a boom. It gives its explanation on how people who run MLMs give vague promises to people on... Continue Reading.
It’s a scary experience for me to browse the internet because it’ll be like standing near an unstable powder keg. Nowadays, I can only see people being enraged over trivial reasons while lambasting someone for saying anything against the status quo on Twitter. At times I feel like the masses’ anger is misplaced. The worst... Continue Reading.
When David Bowie found Rule Britannia to be out of bounds, I wasn’t so surprised. The patriotic chant becomes meaningless to the people who weren’t in the ruling class. I’m talking about two lines from “Life on Mars?” a David Bowie song. The song represents contemporary issues surrounding pop culture. One such issue that I... Continue Reading.
As of this writing, the Indian people’s respect for their mainstream media is declining. And why should we respect them anyway? All we get is just textbook lies, misinformation, and plain fake news. The newsmen, journalists, and reporters are supposed to work as the arbiter of truth. They should be providing us facts instead of... Continue Reading.
When Dr. B.R.Ambedkar drafted the Constitution of India, the society was different back then. People who belonged in the now ST/SC/OBC community were discriminated and were not given education, job opportunities or any facilities because of the traditional, societal and political norms it existed back then. The term “untouchability” was very popular among the elites... Continue Reading.
Introduction If there is one thing to describe the Vietnam War, it is perfectly summed up by Sardar Khan’s quote from Gangs of Wasseypur- Keh Ke Lunga. This is what literally happened to the United States of America when they went on a war against a small country in order to “contain Communism” but instead... Continue Reading.
Our democracy exists because of the existence of the judiciary and its principles of justice, equity and good conscious. If our fundamental right is violated by either governmental authorities or by someone from the society then we can approach the court through Article 32 and 226 of The Constitution of India. It is the job... Continue Reading.
One of the biggest needs for the growth of the country is the economy. It is something that most countries would love to do that but they fail to do so. One example is Venezuela, a country which was once one of the richest countries in the world[i] and as of now its citizens couldn’t... Continue Reading.
When we talk about patriotism, we were told in school that it is a duty that needs to be done to show our love for country. For the last few years however, this love for country has been perverted and degraded into something that people couldn’t even imagine. If I can recall, there was a... Continue Reading.