The name ‘India’ has to be given up in academic writing. This is an unpleasant academic habit that has gained some unfortunately widespread acceptance indicating that the academic language that we brown folks speak and write is yet to be decolonized.
Knowingly or otherwise, demonetization has already changed the trajectory of India.
The immigration system is now so outdated that it is affecting highly-skilled immigrants and American workers-alike.
One simple ride of Mumbai Local teaches complex lessons of economics, like monopoly, oligopoly, ethics, opportunity cost and individual social responsibility.
The article explains how replacement of banned Rs. 500 is not happening by an equivalent replacement but by adding a substantial quantity of notes of smaller denominations.
Instead of giving a stronger voice to the progressive Muslims in India, media has given more attention to the regressive ones, slowing down the pace of secularization and making Muslims mute spectators to the dominant narrative.
If love for the nation is what made you outrage against Aamir in November 2015, buy a ticket today and watch Dangal for that same love.