Indian Politics

'Narendra Modi 2.0' is a Figment of Imagination

Abhaey Singh | Posted 31.08.2014 | UK
Abhaey Singh

Of the vast panoply of perspective on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first month in office, arguably the most specious of all was the evocation of a hypothetical 'Modi 2.0'. The very notion is an affront to the intelligence and sensibilities of India's electorate.

The Law of Karma ? Even India's Minorities & Liberal Elite Are Turning to Narendra Modi

Abhaey Singh | Posted 05.04.2014 | UK
Abhaey Singh

Until recently, Narendra Modi, India's Prime Ministerial hopeful for the 2014 elections, was a hate figure for many of us. By 'us', I refer to a small but highly visible minority of well educated, somewhat Westernised and haughtily self-righteous members of India's rapidly growing liberal elite.

Misogynistic Reactions by Indian Leaders on Delhi Gang Rape Incident

Netha Hussain | Posted 10.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Netha Hussain

The Indian society has deeply entrenched patriarchal views against females. Reports of rape are often followed by questions about the victim's behavior, and even accusations that she provoked the assault.


Rohan Banerjee | Posted 18.02.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Rohan Banerjee

Industrially and economically India is incredible, but still thousands of people leave the country every year. Why? So long as the caste system continues to promulgate this social hang up of 'birth not worth', outdated religious reservations will hinder sociability and India's presence on the world stage.