The Republican Blunder

  By Kumar Ritwik (Year I) The fact that ongoing politics in the United States of America not only directly invokes political responses from leaders around the globe, but also shakes entire political systems, especially in the case of Middle East countries, is proof enough of how much significance is accorded to this particular country…

60>73

Last Wednesday night (or Thursday morning for those of us in this hemisphere) was possibly one of the most memorable nights in all of basketball history. The Golden State Warriors, led by the transcendent shooting of point guard Steph Curry, broke the Chicago Bulls’ regular season record to win 73 out of a possible 82…

Game of Chains

Immediately after being released yesterday, the new episode of Game of Thrones was besieged with an odd charge: being “too feminist”. Specifically, the makers of the series (the hallowed Benioff & Weiss) were criticized for making an episode that, according to many, was “tailored to please feminists”. Translation: We saw a bunch of female characters…

Board?

“Everybody knows about snowboarding, it’s speeding down a snow covered mountain on a thick board, trying not to fall. Everyone also knows it’s a high cost hobby, with basic gear not costing less than say, 1000 dollars, and ski centers being in far off locations like Vermont and Switzerland. Yet, few are aware of the bustling ski and snowboard scene in India, one that has great natural resources and low costs.” Vasundhra looks at the snowboarding scene in India

Confessions of a “One of Us”

by Anonymous   In the first trimester of Law School, I was crying on a friend’s shoulder in an autorickshaw, disappointed at my average performance in the university debate rounds. As somebody who believed myself to be a good debater, it was crushing to be shown my place in the university pool. My friend’s reaction…