The Jigsaw Puzzle

It’s been two months since I moved here, and Delhi is still to me a city that is indescribable to a frustrating extent. Any word you use to describe it

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What good are human rights?

During my first year of law school, I took a class called Public International Law in which we studied human rights and the remedies that exist for human rights violations.

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3 Bags and Olson in Tow

 
Today marks one month since I started my journey in India.  Thirty days ago, I landed in New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport with three bags and my most cherished companion,

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Global Goa Gets Its Think On

Living in tropical Goa can be the best and worst of both worlds. On the one hand there are beautiful beaches, swaying palm trees, and lush green rice fields.

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Learning from Kolkata

It’s been hard to describe this experience to family and friends at home. Words like: busy, bright, stinky, noisy, confusing, colorful, consuming, unstable, joyful, devastating, dirty, historic, treacherous, enlightening, frustrating,

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Three Pieces of Plastic

Amazing how three little pieces of plastic with a string of random numbers can really affect your life. Plastic makes life-vests, helmets, and debit cards, three things you wouldn’t want

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