Magna Carta: The Spirit of Justice

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Claire Breay, Chintan Chandrachud, David Carpenter and Helena Kennedy in conversation with Patrick French in collaboration with British Library   Prachi Bhagwat, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger   The Magna Carta is a latin document, first written in 1215 AD, Britain. It was drafted to limit the powers of King John in medieval England,… Read more »

Of Saffron and the Sangha

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Manmohan Vaidya and Dattatreya Hosabale in conversation with Pragya Tiwari   Prachi Bhagwat, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger   Since its inception in 1925, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has been banned four times. Yet, it enjoys the support of millions of Indians and occupies the position of the ‘largest voluntary organisation in the… Read more »

The Enigma of Amma

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Vaasanthi in conversation with Sudha Sadhanand   Prachi Bhagwat, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger   Jayalalithaa’s life has been a contradiction in terms. She occupied the position of a fierce female leader in a political scene overwhelmingly populated by men, for over three decades. In a political party founded to represent the Dalit voice,… Read more »

We The People of India

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Ashok Desai, Madhav Khosla and Pratap Bhanu Mehta in conversation  with Chintan Chandrachud   Apekshita Varshney, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger   What is the one thing that separates Indians from Americans? If a lousy white joke came to mind, you’re wrong. It is having a basic knowledge about their country’s constitution. Most Indians stop thinking about… Read more »