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Why America Will Grow

This is a guest post by Jai Vipra. The author is a Master of Public Policy Candidate (2017) at Oxford. The author can be reached at Too many commentators write about India as if it …

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 //   //  January 13, 2016  //  No Comments

Constitutionalising the Administration of Higher Educational Institutions – An Important Supreme Court Decision

This article was first published on Kafila. The Supreme Court bench comprising of Justice Chelameshwar and Justice Sapre delivered a judgment, which will have a widespread impact on governance of higher education in India – Dr. Janet …

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Thoughts on Tamasha – What Not to be in Life

A Guest Post by Suharsh Sinha In Federico Fellini’s masterpiece, La Dolce Vita, the wistful faux intellectual, Mr. Steiner remarked – “I am too serious to be a dilettante, and too much of a dabbler to …

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 //   //  November 23, 2015  //  Comments Off

Jokes as Intellectual Property: Not Just Kidding!

Internet has empowered us to showcase our humour skills like never before. In last four years, India has seen a massive proliferation of online humour industry like never before. Many of the performances may fall under …

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 //   //  October 16, 2015  //  Comments Off

Thoughts on Aadhar: Yet Another Blow to Finality

By Vishwajeet Singh Bhati and Aradhya Sethia (Thanks to the timely vacation and internship opportunities, both of us were lucky to witness the ongoing proceedings in the Aadhar matter at the Supreme Court) A degree of …