Vidhi Bubna

Vidhi is an Economics and Finance major and is in her third year at Ashoka. She is interested in Macro-economics and believes that good economic policies can change the face of the nation and improve the quality of life of millions. She is also a trekking enthusiast and absolutely loves to travel. Mountains are the love of her life. Simplicity in people baffles her.

Is the price that the Modi voters are paying worth it?

Is the world dependant on hype? If something is hyped up around you, it’s face value increases and you…

The Pulwama attacks have turned into a BJP ad campaign

I had written an article about Dhirubhai Ambani and his corrupt practices to make the Reliance empire more powerful….

The recession-proof wedding industry of India

With so many different weddings which have taken over Instagram in India, not only has the wedding business taken…

The history of socialism and its future

In The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck explains how unemployment rose in the 1930s in America because of the…

The startup culture in India is just another love story

The Nine Chambered Heart a book by Janice Pariat, narrates the journey of a woman through her nine experiences…

Makerspaces to cater to society’s shifting needs

With the BJP campaigning for “Make in India” policies, the startup scene in India has boomed with 800 new…

The polyester prince: Insights from a banned biography

Hamish McDonald’s spectacular thriller, “The Polyester Prince”,  narrates the tale of Dhirubhai Ambani’s life and specifically looks at his…

Uniform stamp duty nationwide to reduce leakages into the black economy

After introducing a uniform GST rate across all the states last year, the government is now moving towards introducing…

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