Why the Modi government should scrap these 100 laws right away


“Keep cyberspace free” by SAMIR SARAN

It is a global commons that cannot be controlled by any government or corporation. History today stands on the cusp of a technological pivot much like it did 160 years ago. When US commodore Matthew Perry sailed into Tokyo Bay in 1853, he found a Japan so fossilised in time by its technophobic bureaucracy and protectionist businesses … Continue reading

“Narendra Modi is another ‘fatal conceit’” by Jaimine

Not many Indians, UPA supporters, Gandhian chamchas, Communists’ supporters and Modi supporters will even dare to understand that the system of government – in India – is nothing but a violent matrix of terrorism. They are also politically unready to unplug their conscience from various economical delusions, because they have been brainwashed with splendid imbecility, … Continue reading

Justice? You ge…

Justice? You get justice in the next world. In this world, you have the law,” -William Gaddis. William Gaddis. 

“Whither secularism? Government releases Rs5 coins with Vaishno Devi emblem” by R N Bhaskar

Coins and currency notes were never meant to promote any religion. However, curiously, just when national elections are round the corner, the government has released into the market five-rupee (Rs5) coins which bear the emblem of Vaishno Devi, a deity revered by many Hindus. Not surprisingly, many people have already begun collecting such coins in … Continue reading

“In defence of anarchism” by Monobina Gupta

It is foolish to expect our parliamentarians to be acquainted with the radical philosophy of anarchism. Controversial yes, but anarchism — many would argue — is not a philosophy to be dismissed easily. Over the decades, anarchism has evolved into exhilarating, if sometimes reckless, political thought. Equally reviled by Marxists and Rightists, the philosophy has … Continue reading