Abishek Nippani To bestow ideological rights and even opportunities upon people without equipping them with the right tools to take on such opportunities is akin to “[Telling] an unprovisioned man lost in the desert that he is free to eat, drink, bathe, read…” Kesavananda Bharti v State of Kerala Amidst the turmoil created by the…
In this article, Astitav dissects how our aversion towards nuclear energy is misguided. Hurling facts at the reader, he succinctly argues that nuclear energy, is in fact, safer, more efficient, and cleaner than other sources of energy.
In this article, Nikhil Gowda critiques the No First Use Policy in the Nuclear Doctrine of India. Even though, the nuclear doctrine was endeavoured to help India gain legitimacy, the No First Use Policy is far away from realism today. The article explores the limitations, counters the status-quo and advocates for revoking of the present No-First Use Policy by the country.
With over a year since the imposition of restrictions on internet in Jammu and Kashmir, Utkarsh and Shivang run through opine how this complacency on part of the Supreme Court has bolstered a culture of authority.
By now, we are aware of the various problems associated with distribution and transmission of energy — AT&C losses, uncalibrated energy production, problems over forecasting peak demand and so on. In this opinion piece Abishek Nippani discusses the role of ‘distributed renewable energy systems’ by localising energy generation at or near points of consumption.