The 1980s Revisited: Early Hip Hop, Politics, Rebel Music and MTV

The decade that made us, 80s was full of surprises. It brought happiness with the start of the fall of the Soviet Union and the beginning of a new future under Reaganomics in the United States. Old Walls were brought down, AIDS became a new battle and while all these things happened, music subtly embraced […]

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Thailand Daily: How Tourism makes a billion-dollar economy

In the second part of How _________ makes a billion-dollar economy, FaultLines looks at the economy of evergreen tourist destination, Thailand. Thailand’s attractiveness as a tourist destination remains evergreen as millions of tourists continue to flock to the Southeast Asian nation, providing much-needed momentum to its economy. As a part of Vlog: Viren Tak takes […]

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Why are so many countries witnessing protests in 2019?

As the year 2019 comes to an end, FaultLines looks back at what binds many protests in many countries. Mass protests have broken out in countries from Lebanon to Spain to Chile and Bolivia. All are different – with distinct causes, methods, and goals – but there are some common themes that connect them. The […]

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 Wake up Indians, Have some shame and take a step towards women’s safety; said No Indian ever!

As a part of one of the first open blogs, women speak about rape in India and how much of that could be blamed on society and administration. 2012 Delhi Gang Rape Case, 2017 Unnao Rape Case, 2018 Kathua Rape Case, 2019 Hyderabad rape case- As the list goes on Indians will feel more casual […]

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