“Hey you chinky fellow! Why are you here? Go back to China!” “Do you eat cats? Which are the animals that you guys eat?” “Tumhe Hindi nahi aati? I do not like people who do not speak Hindi! You are not Indian!” In January 2014, large scale protests were held in various parts of the… Continue reading Being Indian?
The Armed Forces Special Powers (Ordinance) was promulgated by Lord Linlithgow on August 15, 1942 to suppress the Quit India movement launched by the nationalist leaders. However, it weaved its way into use by the Indian Government when in response to unrest, boycott of general elections and active rebellions in 1958 urged by the Naga… Continue reading The Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 – Defining ‘Draconian’
Ever since BJP has won the election with an astounding margin, every Indian has set their eyes on the leaders as what they have to offer to the people. Mr. Modi has always been acknowledged for his primary focus on the developmental issues. And, fortunately his focus does not leave the unstable areas of the… Continue reading Bringing stability to the ‘disturbed regions’
The north east belt of our country being poorly connected to the rest of the states by a small corridor is in turn surrounded by many other countries like Myanmar, Bhutan, Bangladesh and China which have a greater influence on them. These states are known less by their names and more by the insurgencies which… Continue reading Solitude Of The Seven Sister States