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Who was Savarkar?

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883 – 1966) popularly known as Veer Savarkar is one such personality who has a controversial character. He was a poet, a writer, a social reformer, a historian and a philosopher. Veer Savarkar was the first political leader to set political independence as India’s goal against Britain in early 1900. Savarkar’s oratory skills earned him popularity among the Indians.


The Connectere Podcast #4: Single use plastic and corporate greed behind not banning their usage

The Connectere podcast is an initiative to bring forth innovative ideas and opinions of the youth forward via the digital medium. In this episode of the podcast, we have Aashika who talks about how harmful is single use plastic and why are corporates never asked to reduce their production and usage.

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Transforming Bills: Part 2: Trans Bill

Transgender people have a gender identity or gender expression that differs from their sex assigned at birth. This term is often confused with transsexual which refers to transgender people who desire medical assistance to transition from one sex to another identity. The saga of introducing and amending trans community rights started in 2014.

The First Forum

The First Forum – Edition 10

The First Forum is an initiative which focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu with the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast changing world.
In the Tenth Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following:
1. Politics
2. Society and Culture 

Transforming Bills: Part 1:Jan Lokpal Bill


Corruption in all forms has endured for ages. The desire of an individual to have more than others has aided it overtime. The World Bank defines corruption as the “abuse of public office for unauthorized private gain”.  India has a long history of corruption. Close internal relationships between politicians, bureaucrats, and other officials gave rise to it. However, in the past few decades laws have started to keep a check on it. In this process, the Jan Lokpal Bill or Citizen’s Ombudsman Bill aimed at the formation of Lokpal, an autonomous body to examine cases of corruption against administrators and legislators appeared.


The Connectere Podcast #3: Why we strive for perfection in this digital world

The Connectere podcast is an initiative to bring forth innovative ideas and opinions of the youth forward via the digital medium. In this episode of the podcast, we have Tanya who walks us through why are we so eager to be perfect in this day and age.

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Portrait of the Lady Through Ages: Part 3: Modern Age

The modern Indian woman is strong, independent, yet chained by social norms. Today, Indian women are given liberties and rights such as freedom of expression and equality, as well as the right to get an education. She can wear shorts, but only in areas where it is common to see women doing the same. She can now smoke openly but has to be careful in choosing a safe location to do so, where she won’t be spotted by someone who knows her. Young women across India face a different kind of such dilemmas every single day. Their status in modern India is a sort of paradox. If on one hand, she is at the peak of the ladder of success, on the other hand, she is mutely suffering the violence afflicted on her by her own family members. As compared with the past, women in modern times have achieved a lot. But in reality, they have to still travel a long way. They are still fighting for a crisis such as a dowry, female infanticide, sex-selective abortions, health, domestic violence, malnutrition, sexual exploitation, molestation, rape, and even murder.

Portrait of the Lady Through Ages: Part 2: Middle Age

The Middle Ages was a period in European history between the 5th to 15th centuries. It was heavily characterized by the fall of the Roman Empire and the rise of the Renaissance, large-scale migration, popular revolutions and movements in the Church, the rise of Islam, the Black Death and many other significant events. It is popularly regarded as the Dark Ages due to themes of despair and death. However, what’s often not talked about, like always, is the life of women in this period. Let us take a peek into how it was being a woman through these ages.

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