The Vaccine Wars

The current pandemic seems to have a new glimmer of hope, now that various pharmaceutical companies have now rolled out experimental vaccines for COVID-19. These vaccines have been hailed as a Hail Mary for the current situation the world finds itself in, with the companies promising their vaccines to be without any prospective side effects, …

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Turbulent Skies

Richard Branson, the owner of Virgin Atlantic Airways, once said “If you want to be a millionaire, start with a billion dollars and launch a new airline”. A detailed study of the Indian aviation sector presents numerous thought provoking questions to us. The Indian aviation industry is standing at crossroads. A very candid opinion upon …

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Profits in the Pandemic

In the interest of containing a community spread, the imposition of lockdowns on the populace not only forced people into their homes but employees out of their jobs. Furthermore, the need to work from home and accept measures conducive to maintain public health and safety tested the adaptability to the new ‘normal’ and showcased a …

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Anti-Fragility

The universe is a complex structure and a myriad source of information for us, and has only offered us a sliver of who we are in the cosmos. However, we have transcended a certain level of evolution till yet, which Nassim Nicholas Taleb likes to call “Anti-Fragile”. The term Anti-Fragile in itself is a bit …

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The Untold Story of Balochistan

In a virtually connected environment like ours, we are abreast with happenings all across the world. The media has kept us all informed about everything- from the most to the least known parts of the globe. Yet, there are incidents in places which get hidden away due to their apparent “insignificance”. The story of Balochistan …

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Wars Are A Necessary Evil

As a species, we have constantly been in war with ourselves ever since the dawn of the development of our conscience that has separated us on the basis of our beliefs, cultures and ideologies. In the pursuit of wars, countless amounts of wars have been waged and numerous amounts of lives lost. But the ne …

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Western Culture Will End The Indian Right

Gori Chamdi’ Effect, translation: ‘romanticization of white people’. This term gets thrown around a lot whenever the impact of cultural globalization and Anglicization is discussed. It isn’t altogether surprising; 250 years of British Raj (Rule) tend to have that effect. It shouldn’t be a shock to anyone that Indians tend to emulate ‘The West’. Our …

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The Only News is Fake News

Social Media has become the new battleground for any movement that takes place nowadays. From petition.org forms, to mobilizing for peaceful protests and to expressing one’s opinions on how good/bad a song WAP is. The trail of comments we leave behind in the form of deactivated emails, social media profiles and electronic fingerprints are always …

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