Sons of Babur is a clever play-within-a-play which attempts to explore the meaning of nationhood and in particular,India. It traces the birth of a nation with the aid of a questioning and determined college student, Rudra, and his college friends. Rudra goes back in time to revisit Mughal Emporer, Badur, with an indisposed Bahadur Shah Zafar takes Rudra through Blood Stained and passage of history to scraficies and disappointments.The Play is replete with ideasand suggestions which are crucial in fragile times like ours.Read More
The Indian Contract Act 1872 is a useful starting point for an enquiry about the doctrine of unconscionability in the common law tradition. The Preamble to the Act states:
Whereas it is expedient to define and amend certain parts of the law relating to contracts;
The law that was to be defined was the common law made applicable first to the Presidency Towns of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras and later extended to the whole country. There was a general requirement of equity and good conscience superimposed on the principles of common law to meet the unpredictable needs of local people who were being made subject to an imported system of laws. Read More
The Idea of India needs reconsideration in one respect” i.e., the preservation and development of Indian languages. This should not be confined to the communal and narrow idea of monolingualism pushed by a lobby of reactionary northern Indian politicians during the latter part of the nineteenth century.
The Idea of India from the standpoint of language must recognize the equal rights of all languages.
Educational problems of Muslims are obviously very complex. Our policy makers have not given enough serious thought to them. To begin with we have to address the following: Read More
At Home in India- A Restatement of Indian Muslims By Salman Khurshid. For buying this book Click HereBuy Online
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