Dare To Dream Small

– Saniha Swaroop Hegde, I B.Com “Today, being satisfied with yourself and your life is considered lowly and contemptible. People who are comfortable with their current state of affairs are labelled incompetent and even lazy.” We live in a world of constant and cut-throat competition. But the question we need to stop and ask ourselves,…

Food Inc: A Review

– Aasim Pasha, III B.Com This post was originally published in The TV Ratings Guide, a blog run by Aasim Pasha of III B.Com. Visit the blog to read more such reviews. Ever since I was a child, I was fascinated with food, but only for its consumption. Regardless of any situation, the desire for…

“So What?” – The Story Behind Our Privilege

– Vishesh, II B.Com It’s a startling realization that if the system was actually even close to being fair and equal, I probably wouldn’t be where I am today. Having benefited from a system that has been working in my favour at the cost of others, the least I can do is question the status…

An Open Letter to Indian Parents

– Samyukta Kamat, II BBA  Respected Indian Parents, This is an open letter to you. This is not to humiliate you (read the whole letter before you jump into obvious conclusions or are quick to take offence, as you normally do) but to inform you on what we feel our relationship has turned into. To…

Under the blanket of patriotism

– Shreya Chopda, II B.Com “Patriotism is, fundamentally, a conviction that a particular country is best in the world because you were born in it.” – George Bernard Shaw Patriotism is not a tool for nation building. Each nation feels superior to other nations. This inevitably breeds patriotism – and war. What should have fundamentally been…