Who Cries When a Journalist Dies?

Of the many threats that journalists face in India, criminal violence is just one. Apart from this, freedom of press is also curtailed by a sinister use of defamation and sedition laws to silence journalists. Financial uncertainties in the form of inadequate salaries and large scale job cuts also looms large. This article was published…

Nepal’s Constitution and Lessons for India

New Delhi’s response to the constitution has come as a surprise to many. As a democratic country itself, India has arguably overstepped the limits of suggestion and rather tried to impose its views on its much smaller neighbor. In various international forums, India has repeatedly advocated for a country’s right to self-determination. Unfortunately, this seems…

The Difficulty of Being Good

Most of the accident victims are left uncared in the ‘golden hour’ when they need immediate medical attention. Those who step forward and lend a helping hand are more often than not heard narrating their harrowing tales of subsequent police harassment and repeated visits to the courts. It has been more than a year since…