Today is Constitution Day– the Indian Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly 66 years back on this day in 1949; which later came into force on January 26, 1950. We thought it befitting to post an article by C Rajagopalachari on… Continue Reading →
If you followed the Bihar election, you’ll realise it was like Game of Thrones minus nudity—full of drama, action, tragedy, abuses and emotions. Sources says that Bihar Election broke all the records on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes with over 100% ratings…. Continue Reading →
The following speech was delivered by C Rajagopalachari after the Congress passed the ‘Nagpur Resolution’ in 1959. The speech was published in a monograph published by the Forum of Free Enterprise. Posted below are excerpts from the speech, and the entire… Continue Reading →
The following text is an excerpt from a speech delivered by M R Masani in 1965. M R Masani was one of the most prominent Indian liberals–he was a part of the Constituent Assembly that drafted the constitution; and was closely… Continue Reading →
The general idea is that when you become a journalist, you start making informed opinions or statements, but at a recently concluded workshop for the fraternity I realized that it isn’t always true. A more daunting phenomenon makes its presence… Continue Reading →
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