English should be the medium of instruction only where it is absolutely necessary and gradually it should be replaced with Hindi in those institutions, the committee has recommended.
A poem on the Gyanvapi verdict and Siddique Kappan's two year-long incarceration.
Doubt the Truth: Pitfalls of Treating Human Attention as a Commodity
In the age of an 'attention economy', it's important for people to be more and more conscious of what is it that they are giving attention to.
‘The Kashmir Files’ Is a Manipulative Propaganda Vehicle To Rouse Emotions Against Muslims
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is emerging as the favourite filmmaker of the BJP and has received the party’s full support.
Iran Clamps Down on Teachers Demanding Fair Pay
Recently, a spokesman for the teachers' union in Iran's northern province, was arrested while he was doing an interview on his phone with a Persian-language broadcaster.
The Forgotten Lament of the Fallen
'Do you not remember? When the dead were reduced to mere numbers.'
My Dear Friend
'The time has come for India to awaken, once again, to light and freedom.'
The Unlearning Curve
When becoming 'woke' put me at odds with my friends.
The Demagogue’s Spear
A poem on how political leaders crush dissent and imprison free thoughts.