By ATISHI MARLENA (This article first appeared in Firstpost on 21st August, 2017.) A few days ago, headlines across most newspapers covered the Delhi government’s plans to take over 449 private schools. The move raised pertinent questions: Is it a h
By ARADHNA WAL (This article first appeared in News 18 on 20th August, 2017.) As the dust starts to settle in the aftermath of nearly 100 children dying at the Baba Raghav Das hospital in Gorakhpur, it’s laid bare that Uttar Pradesh’s tattered primary hea
By EDITORIAL TEAM A report in the Hindustan Times titled “Swanky buildings and labs: 900 kids choose Delhi’s govt school over private ones” highlights the tremendous success of the AAP government’s Delhi Education Revolution in deliverin
By Amar Kumar (Quora) Jain’s biggest achievement is to think like an ethical hacker, he breaks many of the existing assumptions and conventions. You might have read hundreds of articles/posts/tweets about the benefits of Mohalla Clinics from the domestic
By MANISH SISODIA (This article first appeared in the Hindustan Times on 3rd August, 2017.) In my experience as Delhi’s education minister, I have come to realise that despite many attempts by successive governments, they have not really been able
By ATISHI MARLENA This article draws a parallel between the functioning of Delhi Assembly’s Petitions Committee with that of the United States Congress. It first appeared on Firstpost here. People across the world are familiar with United StatesR
By ALOK AGARWAL. The dastardly state violence that killed 6 farmers protesting in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh, last month was a culmination of the simmering anger and discontentment among farmers
By EDITORIAL TEAM. Portfolio: Transport, Law, Justice & Legislative Affairs, Information & Technology, Administrative Reforms Education: BA (Hons) in Political Science from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi
By EDITORAL TEAM. Rupinder Kaur ‘Ruby’, born on 5th April, 1988 (age 29 years) is the Aam Aadmi Party’s youngest MLA in the Punjab Assembly.
By ATISHI MARLENA. When the Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi in 2015, we knew we had inherited a public school system that was in shambles. What we did not know was how deep the rot ran.