Status quo always seems to be a comfortable place to be. All change causes some discomfort which is why societies are reluctant to change, however we must understand that our comfort in status quo is illusory. We are so used to the violence and discomfort that is being caused by the status quo that we … Continue reading The Shit Has Always been Real
The Hong Kong High Court has recently ruled the Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation (PFCR), the so-called ‘mask ban’, unconstitutional. The ban, which was enacted by the Chief Executive in Council, aims to suppress months-long protests sparked by the Extradition Bill that allows the Hong Kong Government to extradite suspects at the request of Beijing. … Continue reading A Right to Mask?
An elucidative report proffering the account of the field visit to the Rohingya Refugee Camp at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi. The visit was conducted in pursuance of an empirical research undertaken by our team to comprehend the contextual challenges that the refugees in the Shaheen Bagh camp are facing and test the feasibility … Continue reading Diffusing the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Delhi at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh Camp
The rising violence against the fraternity of doctors all across the country has been the center of all discussions for the past week. The inception of this uproar took place last Sunday at Nil Ratan Sircar (NRS) Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, where scores of hooligans came in and assaulted the junior doctors over the … Continue reading India Hit With Largescale Doctors’ Strikes: Healthcare in Shambles and Its Implications