Italy legitimises crime

Courtesy- The Guardian Why steal? Government should make provisions to cater to their needs and not legitimise robbery or theft.  Setting the wrong example for the rest of the world.

Where’s the “Shauchalaya”

Courtesy- East India Company Videos When we hear Vidya Balan on the radio talk about “jahan soch, wahan shauchalya” its not just another  marketing gimmick. It is a huge problem in India in terms of sanitation, healthcare and the control of diseases. Open defacation is a problem that effects each and everyone of us as…

Putting Together or Pulling Apart- identity, ethnicity and nationhood

The advent of the Aryans, the Tibeto-Burman speaking Mongoloid groups, the Kushans, the Sakas, the Greeks, the Huns, the Arabs, the Persians, the Turks and the Mongols at different points of time testifies to the pervasiveness of the migration process during the successive periods of Indian history. The migrant groups and communities brought their respective…

India Rising

India being the land of spiritual learning, a nation that believes in karmic retribution, the triumph of good versus evil, worldly detachment and is held up by all religions we recognize and practice, we as Indians have no idea who we really are and what we recognize with our identity. Little things like why cow…

Challenging Western Theory of International Relations

Till date, the entire world follows western constructs of literature without voicing their own demands, nuances and intricacies that contribute to forming opinions.In the course of this article, the need and want of Asian Perspectives to the field of IR is explained with reasons. Asian states have an interest in IR theory that speaks for…

Putting Nepal’s Constitution in the Right Perspective- An Interview

Mr. Udaya SJB Rana, is a Member of Parliament from Lalitpur district of Nepal, Nepali Congress. Nepal’s CA member and the President of the Nepal Tarun Dal, a sister organization of Nepali Congress party. He is also the Vice chairperson of International Young Democrat Union. The wait for Nepal is over and they have finally…

The Indian Blues

Ties between the two large economically emerging nations dates back to 2,000 years. History stands testament to the fact that these two nations have been in a series of war and peace time and again. Whether it be relations between the Cholas or the Mahabharata having references of the Qin dynasty. These two nations have…

Moving Centre

Central Asia has long been a strategic location merely because of its proximity to several great powers in Eurasia. The region itself never held a dominant stationary population nor was able to make use of its rich natural resources. Thus, it has rarely throughout history become the seat of power for an empire. Central Asia…

No More Greek To You

The Greek economy has shrunk to a quarter in last 05 years wherein now it faces bankruptcy and a rise in unemployment despite being helped by other creditors such as Germany, France, Italy, International Monetary Fund, ECB etc. An intervention of these exasperated creditors was necessitated in view of the crisis to advice Greece to…

Missile Man Of India

On 27th July, 6:30 PM, the nation lost one of the finest figures it had the privilege of calling a son- Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam. The pioneer scientist  who enhanced India’s strategic missile programme and made it what it is today, was a man beyond the achievements we can list out. Born on…

Modi’s Master Stroke of Diplomacy

The whole world was watching when the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited United States of America, China, Brazil, Japan and the other nations, but his visit to Mongolia seems to have hogged the headlines despite it being a historic milestone in both nations’ archives. PM’s visit to Japan was covered over 03 days by…

Grey Matter- About

This blog is managed by Ananya Nanda. Currently persuing Bachelors in Political Science Honors from Delhi University. I have particularly started this blog to have a compilation of all the information I come accross after building my own perspective on it. Not only is this blog based on International Relations from the perspective of India…